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Fall Gray 02-Nov-17
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kodiak t/d 02-Nov-17
uphuntn 02-Nov-17
dakotaduner 02-Nov-17
Chas 02-Nov-17
mgerard 02-Nov-17
2 bears 02-Nov-17
ground hunter 02-Nov-17
Fall Gray 02-Nov-17
Stan 02-Nov-17
K Cummings 02-Nov-17
Recycled Recurves 02-Nov-17
CD 02-Nov-17
mgerard 02-Nov-17
Fall Gray 02-Nov-17
Fall Gray 02-Nov-17
T4HALO 02-Nov-17
Gvdocholiday 02-Nov-17
Gvdocholiday 02-Nov-17
Fall Gray 02-Nov-17
throwback 02-Nov-17
Chas 02-Nov-17
throwback 02-Nov-17
Homey88 02-Nov-17
Tboughty 02-Nov-17
Jon Stewart 02-Nov-17
Mpdh 02-Nov-17
mgerard 02-Nov-17
K Cummings 03-Nov-17
K Cummings 03-Nov-17
trapperman 03-Nov-17
PEARL DRUMS 03-Nov-17
PEARL DRUMS 03-Nov-17
PEARL DRUMS 03-Nov-17
ground hunter 03-Nov-17
PEARL DRUMS 03-Nov-17
ground hunter 03-Nov-17
mgerard 03-Nov-17
BIG BEAR 03-Nov-17
trapperman 03-Nov-17
PEARL DRUMS 03-Nov-17
Gvdocholiday 03-Nov-17
Gvdocholiday 03-Nov-17
Gvdocholiday 03-Nov-17
K Cummings 04-Nov-17
K Cummings 04-Nov-17
K Cummings 04-Nov-17
K Cummings 04-Nov-17
Burly 04-Nov-17
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K Cummings 04-Nov-17
Burly 04-Nov-17
K Cummings 04-Nov-17
Burly 04-Nov-17
Fall Gray 04-Nov-17
Burly 04-Nov-17
Daryl Pelfrey 04-Nov-17
mgerard 04-Nov-17
Fall Gray 04-Nov-17
K Cummings 04-Nov-17
mgerard 04-Nov-17
Burly 04-Nov-17
Fall Gray 04-Nov-17
Burly 04-Nov-17
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Burly 04-Nov-17
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Fall Gray 04-Nov-17
Burly 05-Nov-17
Missouribreaks 05-Nov-17
Gvdocholiday 06-Nov-17
George D. Stout 06-Nov-17
PEARL DRUMS 06-Nov-17
K Cummings 06-Nov-17
mgerard 06-Nov-17
Gvdocholiday 06-Nov-17
ground hunter 06-Nov-17
mgerard 06-Nov-17
Sipsey River 06-Nov-17
Jon Stewart 06-Nov-17
Gvdocholiday 06-Nov-17
Gvdocholiday 06-Nov-17
K Cummings 09-Nov-17
TrapperKayak 09-Nov-17
Jon Stewart 09-Nov-17
Jon Stewart 09-Nov-17
TrapperKayak 09-Nov-17
K Cummings 09-Nov-17
Burly 09-Nov-17
JimT 09-Nov-17
K Cummings 09-Nov-17
Jon Stewart 09-Nov-17
Vanhethof 09-Nov-17
Burly 09-Nov-17
Fall Gray 09-Nov-17
mgerard 09-Nov-17
K Cummings 09-Nov-17
windwalker 10-Nov-17
windwalker 10-Nov-17
ground hunter 10-Nov-17
Vanhethof 10-Nov-17
tundrajumper 10-Nov-17
Burly 10-Nov-17
Jon Stewart 10-Nov-17
Jon Stewart 10-Nov-17
Burly 10-Nov-17
Jon Stewart 10-Nov-17
Burly 10-Nov-17
tundrajumper 10-Nov-17
wooddamon1 10-Nov-17
Jon Stewart 10-Nov-17
Burly 10-Nov-17
tundrajumper 10-Nov-17
ground hunter 11-Nov-17
Burly 11-Nov-17
From: Fall Gray
Date: 02-Nov-17

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Back to where it all began for me 36yrs ago. Deep in the cedar swamp, 20ft in a tree. It's feels good to be home!!

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Date: 02-Nov-17

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Date: 02-Nov-17

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Date: 02-Nov-17

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Date: 02-Nov-17

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Date: 02-Nov-17

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From: kodiak t/d
Date: 02-Nov-17




Nice!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Good Hunting!!!!!

From: uphuntn Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 02-Nov-17




Very Nice...

From: dakotaduner
Date: 02-Nov-17




Good luck this season. And enjoy every moment in the trees.

From: Chas
Date: 02-Nov-17




Hey Mark, I'll be up in the Northern Lower all next week.

Good luck!!

From: mgerard Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 02-Nov-17




Great looking woods, great looking arrows. What bow you shooting Mark?

From: 2 bears
Date: 02-Nov-17




Nice looking hunting property. Great looking arrows.>>>--->Ken

From: ground hunter
Date: 02-Nov-17




classy,,,, I have hunted the big buck country of sw wisconin, and deer all over in south Dakota,,,,, but my heart will always be in the big woods of the western UP,,,,, nice picture....

I can not hunt this fall due to surgery, but with a little luck I will make it out, after Christmas for the late season.....

thanks for sharing, I love it

From: Fall Gray
Date: 02-Nov-17




Thanks fellas.... Up near Baldwin on state property. Started hunting here with my brother when I was twelve. Shooting a Black Hunter longbow from Twig Archery. 60" & 45@28" with the bamboo limbs. Gold Tip trad arrows with Onestringer wraps and 200gn VPA Terminators.

From: Stan
Date: 02-Nov-17




Love our state.. Great pics!! Good luck sir.

From: K Cummings
Date: 02-Nov-17

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Yep...sure does look like the northern lower Mark.

I'm on the edge of a big cedar swamp on the border of Wexford and Manistee counties.

Good luck and stay safe.

KPC

From: Recycled Recurves
Date: 02-Nov-17




thought I reconized the beauty of those woods ... you are in my back yard !!!!! ........... lol ........... I live near Irons just north of Baldwin ......love living in the Manistee National Forest .... its great to live where others vacation ..... Lonnie

From: CD
Date: 02-Nov-17




Nice pictures!

From: mgerard Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 02-Nov-17




I live 20 miles from Baldwin. Hope to be out in the morning. Good luck Mark!

From: Fall Gray
Date: 02-Nov-17




KPC - I grew up fishing the Big Man in your neck of the woods and hunted the river bottoms some. MI does have some GREAT public land opportunities for sure. It would be nice if we could get statewide APRs too, but that's a whole different topic. :)

From: Fall Gray
Date: 02-Nov-17




Mike - I didn't know you were that close. Good luck in the morning!! Mark

From: T4HALO
Date: 02-Nov-17




Great pics! I'm currently working in HOT AS HECK East Texas for the next two weeks, can't wait to get back to Michigan. I'll be in Lewiston MI on the 14th.

T4

From: Gvdocholiday
Date: 02-Nov-17

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Samsies!!

From: Gvdocholiday
Date: 02-Nov-17




I could toss a rock and hit the Big M right behind me. That's literal. Smack dab in the center of Manistee Co.

From: Fall Gray
Date: 02-Nov-17




Love that country Doc!!

From: throwback
Date: 02-Nov-17




There's no place like home. I'll be in a brush blind where it all began for me, in the Adirondacks pretty soon, too. Great pictures, thanks for sharing. Enjoy every minute of it and good luck!

From: Chas
Date: 02-Nov-17




Dang, I'll be right down the road. I'll be in Benzie County near Crystal Mountain ski area.

From: throwback
Date: 02-Nov-17




I meant to wish you other guys luck, too. Good luck, everybody!

From: Homey88
Date: 02-Nov-17




Great pictures thanks for sharing!

From: Tboughty
Date: 02-Nov-17




Wish I was up there. I live in the worst general part of Michigan. Not hard to guess the general area from that hint lol.

From: Jon Stewart
Date: 02-Nov-17

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YUP, we have some great country to hunt. I have a camp about 20 miles west of MGerard. Heading back up in the AM myself.

My best ground blind is right behind that sand bunker tucked in the pines.

From: Mpdh
Date: 02-Nov-17




Hunted Se of Baldwin from Oct 5 to 14. Shot a small buck on Fri. the 13th. Been hunting the same area since 1978.

MP

From: mgerard Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 02-Nov-17




MP, this is our 50th year in the same area. Had to learn some new tactics the last two years due to changes in access to property. Makes it seem new and interesting again.

From: K Cummings
Date: 03-Nov-17

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This will be my view this afternoon/evening. What a beautiful time of year.

KPC

From: K Cummings
Date: 03-Nov-17

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This little guy got a pass from the same stand last year. Maybe he'll pay me another visit now that he's a year older.

:)

KPC

From: trapperman
Date: 03-Nov-17




I guess I'm spoiled. Born and raised 70 minutes South of the bridge. Sure wish I could share your enthusiasm about northern Michigan. Hunting always is a fight up here. Not pointing any fingers but we have a massive influx of people the last few years with our unlimited doe tags in our dmu. And what's up with the new combo tag. Musta missed it but I see now I can shoot a spike then a 4+ on a side. What's the point of that

From: PEARL DRUMS
Date: 03-Nov-17




Here are a few from Clare county, public land selfy camp.

From: PEARL DRUMS
Date: 03-Nov-17

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From: PEARL DRUMS
Date: 03-Nov-17




I guess #2 isn't happening. Server doesn't like me today.

From: ground hunter
Date: 03-Nov-17




trapperman what are you talking about,,,, a combo buck tag, which has been around for awhile, means that one buck must have 3 on one side and the second buck must have 4,,,,, read your regs,,,,, you shoot a spike yes, on a single buck tag if you want, but not on a combo.......

MI has one problem,,,,,, when it comes to cwd, the still allow deer, to come over the bridge from the lower, to the upper, whole,,,,,

What they should do, is treat that deer like out of state deer, and bring in boned out meat only,,,,,

From: PEARL DRUMS
Date: 03-Nov-17




Only in the APR zone. Otherwise a non-restricted combo can be used on a doe or a legal buck, 3" antler.

Most guys don't realize they can use either combo tag on a doe with a bow kill.

From: ground hunter
Date: 03-Nov-17




that is true but is only in affect for the lower only,,,,,

From: mgerard Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 03-Nov-17




I live in the non-APR zone. Could shoot and tag a 3"spike, second tag is restricted in all zones I believe for a buck with at least 4 on one side. (In the areas I hunt and live, I could also tag does during archery season with those same tags). Lots of extra company in the woods today. Beautiful morning in the woods.

From: BIG BEAR
Date: 03-Nov-17




Yep..... does are off limits in the U.P. Unless you get a doe permit......

From: trapperman
Date: 03-Nov-17




I looked it up. Didn't believe it but I've looked at it a few times. I'm in dmu 452.

From: PEARL DRUMS
Date: 03-Nov-17




You are right trapper. Unless you are in a APR zone. Strictly speaking on archery here. You can shoot anything you chose with the unrestricted tag, a spike a doe a sixer a porky forky. Its up to you. The restricted tag can be used for a doe, but if its used on a buck it must have 4 on one side.

From: Gvdocholiday Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 03-Nov-17

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Seeing some mis-information here.

It's important that the hunter know what DMU they are hunting in and any DMU specific restrictions that must be followed.

Our on top of it DNR, have published these very easy to understand, color coded photos that show what your license is legal to tag in your specific DMU.

From: Gvdocholiday Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 03-Nov-17

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Date: 03-Nov-17

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From: K Cummings
Date: 04-Nov-17

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Few more shots from last night.

Decided to hunt a different stand. Saw 8 deer total (3 bucks)...unfortunately no shot opportunities. Either too far or not "legal."

View looking north.

KPC

From: K Cummings
Date: 04-Nov-17

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View looking SW...

KPC

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Date: 04-Nov-17

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View looking SE...

KPC

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Date: 04-Nov-17

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View looking at the camera...

:)

KPC

From: Burly
Date: 04-Nov-17

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My view from last night, I am on the Wexford/Manistee boarder also.

From: Burly
Date: 04-Nov-17

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This is my oldest son, he is always somewhere in the woods.

From: K Cummings
Date: 04-Nov-17




Where are you located Burly?

KPC

From: Burly
Date: 04-Nov-17




Hoxeyville.

From: K Cummings
Date: 04-Nov-17




Midway between Harrietta and Brethren here.

KPC

From: Burly
Date: 04-Nov-17




Small world, lol.

From: Fall Gray
Date: 04-Nov-17

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Nothing moving this morning.... Maybe the full moon?? Had a doe one step away from getting a shot last night, but she had other ideas. Hope the rest of the weekend isn't a wash out??

From: Burly
Date: 04-Nov-17




It's been kinda slow for me this year. I haven't seen a legal buck during daylight yet. I have some pics of some really nice ones, but all at night.

From: Daryl Pelfrey
Date: 04-Nov-17




Fall gray did you do those arrows up. Looks great.

From: mgerard Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 04-Nov-17




Weather, full moon, and in our area, a huge influx of hunters/campers.

From: Fall Gray
Date: 04-Nov-17




Daryl.... Yes, I did, but I cheated. They're only wraps. LOL

For sure Mike!! HUGE difference hunting Mon-Fri vs the weekend. It's like the circus came to town!! LMAO

From: K Cummings
Date: 04-Nov-17

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Last quarter mile before cabin. By the time I get here, the real world doesn't exist any more.

Wait, maybe this IS the real world.

KPC

From: mgerard Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 04-Nov-17




Hard to beat Michigan with our fresh water resources, huge National forests, 4 REAL seasons, very few venomous reptiles and insects, and a diverse animal population. October , especially week days finds little competition in the woods, November hunting competition peaks (15-30 is firearms), and then December is great hunting again, if you can access your areas even in heavy snow.

From: Burly
Date: 04-Nov-17




My favorite time hunting is during the late season , basically you have the woods to yourself. There is nothing prettier then fresh snow falling on the cedars and deer moving threw.

From: Fall Gray
Date: 04-Nov-17




LOVE December!! All the beer hunters and wannabes are long gone.

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Date: 04-Nov-17

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Date: 04-Nov-17

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From: Fall Gray
Date: 04-Nov-17




LOVE the pics Burly!!

From: Burly
Date: 05-Nov-17




Thanks, I was hoping guy's wouldn't say enough already lol.

From: Missouribreaks
Date: 05-Nov-17




Beautiful, real bowhunting at it's best.

From: Gvdocholiday
Date: 06-Nov-17

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Huge shout out to my family for helping me track this deer last night, over 400 yards through some pretty gnarly terrain.

All that effort was not in vain, as this morning, only 50' from last blood and on the opposite side of the channel that hindered our search last night, my first buck taken with traditional archery tackle was found.

This deer has catapulted itself to the top of my list of harvests, and I'm glad you all were there to share in the tracking.

From: George D. Stout Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 06-Nov-17




Northern Michigan is a beautiful place. We ran around there in 2015 for a bit. Never hunted there but those big woods are very reminiscent of our northern Pa, but more evergreens. And, of course, Superior is absolutely an eye-catcher. Love the pics.

From: PEARL DRUMS
Date: 06-Nov-17




Congrats on your first, Bryan. My best friend in HS was Brian Miller.

From: K Cummings
Date: 06-Nov-17




Congrats Brian! At night, 50' might just as well be a mile. Sure seems like it sometimes.

KPC

From: mgerard Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 06-Nov-17




Gnarly looking buck doc! Congratulations.

From: Gvdocholiday
Date: 06-Nov-17

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Shot him from the same stand I posted from Wednesday night.

From: ground hunter
Date: 06-Nov-17




The Rocky mountains may be the marrow of the world, but the UP is the center of the universe,,,,,,, I had a relative once, now deceased, who live in New hamshire, and loved to hunt grouse and wood cock with his setters and double......

He came over to hunt in N Wis and the western UP, and he went home, sold his house and moved...... only so much time to hunt grouse, he thought,,,,,

From: mgerard Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 06-Nov-17




Great year for grouse around here too! Not much fat on most of the deer we have butchered this year. Winter could be really tough for deer in my area of Michigan this year.

From: Sipsey River
Date: 06-Nov-17




I like all of the plaid jackets, very nice.

From: Jon Stewart
Date: 06-Nov-17




OUTSTANDING Buck, Doc

From: Gvdocholiday
Date: 06-Nov-17




Lots of fat on his kidneys as well. Surprisingly considering there are NO acorns around this year.

I've gone 4 tags left I hope to fill, because I feel winter is going to be hard on the deer this year. I may actually targetllll yearlings and larger fawns in the late winter season. Their biologic potential is zero as it is, might as well leave what little browse will be available for the mature deer that leave a better chance for fawn mortality.

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Date: 06-Nov-17

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From: K Cummings
Date: 09-Nov-17

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Was paid a visit by this young buck last night. He stopped by to work a scrape and groom himself about 12 yards from the base of my tree.

See you next year buddy.

KPC

From: TrapperKayak
Date: 09-Nov-17




Looks like you guys might be getting some winter storms this weekend. Nice!

From: Jon Stewart
Date: 09-Nov-17

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A view from our front window at the house.

From: Jon Stewart
Date: 09-Nov-17




Who knows what kind of weather we will get during the winter months. No-one. We live just 3 blocks from Lake Michigan and that lake dictates our weather. Some years I have to snow blow the driveway 3 times a day and in other years I didn't get the snow blower out 10 times the whole winter.

From: TrapperKayak
Date: 09-Nov-17




I like that view. I like wearing white camo and bowhunting in that stuff the best!

From: K Cummings
Date: 09-Nov-17




Was that today Jon? If so, where are you? Half snow half rain in Cadillac this morning, but nothing on the ground.

KPC

From: Burly
Date: 09-Nov-17




Just raining at my place.

From: JimT
Date: 09-Nov-17




rain snow mix in mesick today, day of rest hah.

From: K Cummings
Date: 09-Nov-17




How's the season going Jim?

KPC

From: Jon Stewart
Date: 09-Nov-17




Not this year Kevin. Last year before Christmas in Muskegon. We have dry but very windy conditions this morning.

From: Vanhethof
Date: 09-Nov-17

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Love the pics and stories! I have a place on Big Star Lake just into Lake County. Bow hunt mostly in Newaygo Co. Got lucky this year with this one.

From: Burly
Date: 09-Nov-17




Congrats .

From: Fall Gray
Date: 09-Nov-17




CONGRATS!! We used to have a place Little L-Lake, just South of Houseman's. Really miss that place and the area!!

From: mgerard Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 09-Nov-17




Van'tHof, I'm less than 5 miles from Big Star Lake. Lots of great hunting in our area, eh? Congrats on the buck :>)

From: K Cummings
Date: 09-Nov-17




Nice buck Vanhethof, congrats!

KPC

From: windwalker
Date: 10-Nov-17

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Still some nice bucks sneaking through the cedar swamps of the glorious U.P. This was from our camp in Copper Country State Forest from three years ago. We are headed up tomorrow. It's a bow-gun camp. We are up there for 10 days and love every minute of it.

From: windwalker
Date: 10-Nov-17

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A picture of our hootch we set up. Home away from home. More than enough room. It is hinged OSB panels with OSB roof panels covered with tarps. We haul it up on a trailer. Heated with a wood burning barrel stove. Windows are covered with clear poly just stapled to the panels. Takes us about two hours to put together but worth every minute.

From: ground hunter
Date: 10-Nov-17




nice camp,,,, my friend years ago built a similar camp, just for 2 guys, with stove, that they also cooked on....

From: Vanhethof
Date: 10-Nov-17




Nice deer and camp Ron. I leave for Hancock on Monday.

From: tundrajumper
Date: 10-Nov-17




We used to hunt around Sagola, back in the 80's and 90's. a lot of the places that we hunted have been clear cut.

From: Burly
Date: 10-Nov-17




Great Idea for a camp.

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Date: 10-Nov-17




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Date: 10-Nov-17

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Took this photo in Sept while bear hunting in the U.P.

From: Burly
Date: 10-Nov-17




Tundrajumper You ain't kidding, especially down Camp five rd.

From: Jon Stewart
Date: 10-Nov-17




This photo of the wiener mobile was taken on the road from Sagola to Crystal Falls.

From: Burly
Date: 10-Nov-17




I haven't seen one of those since I lived in Detroit 40 years ago.

From: tundrajumper
Date: 10-Nov-17




Burly, Are Butlers potato fields still there? We shot a lot of deer going to their fields.

From: wooddamon1 Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 10-Nov-17




You guys are bringing back some good memories for me, I've camped/hunted a lot of the same areas mentioned. I usually start my season with a weekend near Free Soil, where I spent my early days hunting with my Gramps, Dad and other relatives out of a cabin my Gramps built after WW2. A few spots we used to hunt are posted now, but still plenty of room to roam up around those parts.

Good luck everyone, all the best!

From: Jon Stewart
Date: 10-Nov-17




Not Burly but yes Butler Farms are still going strong. they were getting ready to dig when we was up there hunting in Sept. You live in the Crystal falls area?

From: Burly
Date: 10-Nov-17




I was going to say The last I know they are there. I was in that area last year and couldn't believe all the woods I use to hunt were gone, not select cut but clear cut with piles of stumps lined up. Big time bummer. The first time I hunted that area was in the early 80s. Man the deer numbers were unbelievable. Had alot of go Times there.

From: tundrajumper
Date: 10-Nov-17




Jon, we live in Eagle River, Alaska now. We moved up here in 92. We used to live in Minnesota. We hunted Wisc. and Mich. close to 20 years. I went down to hunt with my friends 6 times, but seen a lot less deer. Can't believe camp 5 rd. is that bad. Had some good times at the Sagola bars Friday nite fish frys. Roger

From: ground hunter
Date: 11-Nov-17




I could have picked anywhere,,,,, I just love the UP,,,, its just for me,,,,, as far as photos go, keep em coming.... other than family, what is keeping me going now, is getting back into my beloved country.....

Frodert heart hospital in Milwaukee, is trying to fix my heart, one more procedure on Tuesday,,,,, I am saying my prayers, and the mind is a powerful thing,,,,,,,,

No where on earth for me, is there better trout fishing, in secret spots, which you can find, with no one there,,,,, My last fishing trip out west, too many people, could not get back fast enough,,,,,

From: Burly
Date: 11-Nov-17




I don't want to miss lead you. It's the area around Erickson lake that's trashed. There are so woods left on camp five but not much. Basically it's one big area of popples.





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