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 on: December 04, 2018, 10:35:21 PM 
Started by TickTurd - Last post by TickTurd
I was going thru my shed and found the remains on my Senco blind that were made in either Marquette or KI Sawyer back about 20 years ago or so.  My aluminum frame is in good shape but the camo cover is shot.  Was wondering if anyone has one laying around that they won’t be using anymore in decent shape.

Thanks in advance

 on: December 03, 2018, 12:05:53 PM 
Started by TickTurd - Last post by TickTurd

 on: December 02, 2018, 08:49:39 PM 
Started by TickTurd - Last post by TickTurd
Yes it is
Sent you a PM

 on: December 02, 2018, 11:15:10 AM 
Started by mrlabs - Last post by mrlabs
I’m looking to sell my Weatherby Lazerguard. It was custom made by Weatherby specialists in a 22-250 caliber. The gun is only two years old and is in very good condition. The only “wear-and-tear” on the gun is a few small dings in the stock near the recoil pad. Overall, it’s a beautiful gun and a straight shooter. I’m asking $800 O.B.O. (does not include scope or scope mounts). If you are interested, please feel free to PM me or call or text Mike at Nine20-Five91-One657.

 on: December 02, 2018, 06:08:50 AM 
Started by Dire Wolf - Last post by Dire Wolf
MDNR personnel have tested in-field, 711 deer heads from the core zone 1,565 heads from the broader monitoring zone, far exceeding the 600 and 300 heads they sought for testing.  All heads to date have had lymph node testing done on them via local on-site analysis technique.  Further in-depth testing on brain and CNS tissues will be conducted by personnel at MSU's Disease Laboratory.  Over 22,000 deer from downstate Michigan have also been tested. All deer heads tested to date, since the 4 YO doe was shot on a crop damage permit have been negative.

 on: November 29, 2018, 09:49:25 PM 
Started by TickTurd - Last post by liv4upoutdoors
Interested if still available. thx. 

 on: November 29, 2018, 07:57:51 PM 
Started by THE BAIT SHOP GUY - Last post by whiteymalone
I really like the drivers license option. Especially when placing a shanty out of town. I always thought an out of town address on a shanty was like a big "please break into me" sign.

 on: November 29, 2018, 02:10:42 PM 
Started by THE BAIT SHOP GUY - Last post by THE BAIT SHOP GUY
You don't ALWAYS need to wear a helmet out on the ice, anymore.


Under section 2 near the bottom of page 3 describing where helmet use is not required -

(d)  An  ORV  operated  for  the  purpose  of  towing  a  fishing  shanty  or  supply  shed  over  the  frozen  surface  of  public 
waters  at  the  minimum  speed  required  to  maintain  controlled  forward  movement  of  the  vehicle  or  while  traveling  to 
and  from  a  fishing  shanty  at  a  speed  of  not  greater  than  10  miles  per  hour. 

 on: November 29, 2018, 01:53:01 PM 
Started by THE BAIT SHOP GUY - Last post by THE BAIT SHOP GUY
I was a little upset this spring, when I read in the new fishing guide, the new change for permanent shacks.

On page 62 under "Ice Shanties," it now reads - "A person placing a shanty on the ice for fishing shall permanently affix their name, address, DRIVERS LICENSE NUMBER OR DNR SPORTCARD NUMBER on all sides of the shanty..."

As we are getting closer to hardwater season, a lot of folks have been talking about this, and getting upset! Why do they need our DL number on top of everything else!? Nobody was more pissed than my dad.

Well, he gave me a call today to say the guide is worded wrong. He found Fisheries Order 251.18, issued in September. It should read "The owner's name and address, OR owner's driver's license number, OR Sportcard number."


 on: November 29, 2018, 12:05:58 PM 
Started by THE BAIT SHOP GUY - Last post by THE BAIT SHOP GUY
Should start making some ice again, starting next week. Temps should be cooler inland, than down here in Esky - https://weather.com/weather/tenday/l/49829:4:US

Access sites are all still open on LBDN.

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