The Republican-crafted spending plan affects many corners of Michigan life — from how much it will cost to hunt and fish, to fixing deteriorating roads, to lengthening the school year.
On Saturday, June 8 and Sunday, June 9, residents and non-residents alike can fish without a license as part of Michigan’s Summer Free Fishing Weekend.
Michigan’s first significant increase in hunting and fishing license fees since 1997 passed the House on Wednesday, a move that has the blessing of outdoor groups.
If you’re itching to get out and cast a line, wait no longer. The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is reminding anglers that a new fishing license season begins Monday, April 1.
Disabled military veterans can receive free hunting and fishing licenses on or after March 1 under a new state law.
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If you’re interested in giving winter fishing a try, this weekend is a good time to start.
Michigan State University has lifted a ban on fishing along parts of the Red Cedar River on its East Lansing campus that dates back to the 1940s.
An invasive fish called the round goby appears to be making its way up the Rouge River in southeast Michigan, raising concerns among those working to improve the health of the waterway.
The Department of Natural Resources says a 58-pound Great Lakes muskellunge caught in Antrim County has broken the state record.