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Upper Michigan Hunting Guides

Upper Michigan is a popular destination for hunters. The peninsula foundly called the U.P. offers hunters vast tracks of forest as well as over 1,700 mile shore lines of the three great lakes that border the upper penisla: Lake Superior, Lake Michigan and Lake Huron. The Upper Peninsila is 384 miles wid and 233 miles high and in addition to the great lakes there are 4,300 inland lakes teaming with ducks and geese. Upper Michigan is home to whitetail deer, moose, wolves, bears, with small game galore. Click on the links below to fing a upper Michigan Hunting Guide

 

Hunting Guides In Michigans UP

Click on the links below to find a hunting guide or outfitter in Michigan's Upper Peninsula:

 
Boss Guided Bear Hunts In The Upper Peninsula of Michigan
Upper Michigan Bear Hunting Guide
Email:
mbpepinATcharter.net

Phone:
906-786-5812

 

Guided black bear hunts in the beautiful Upper Peninsula of Michigan provides guided black bear hunts in upper Michigan. These UP bear hunts take place on privat and or DFR land over pre baited sites to ensure bear activity durring the season. Your Upper Michigan hunting guide is a life long native of Michigan's Delta County and has been hunting in the UP since age 12. Bear hunts are conducted from a elevated ladder stand and your guide will escort you to the site and pick you up at the end of the day. The application period for Bear Licenses in the Michigan Lottery is May 1 through June 1 so be aware of those dates to apply for your tag. Michigan uses a preference points system to award bear licenses. Phone: 906- 786-5812
Greenwoods Outfitting Located in Menominee County in Michigan's Upper Peninsula

W6216 2.5 Rd.
Menominee, MI 49858
(906) 863-5033

Greenwoods Outfitting is located in Menominee County, Michigan (upper peninsula). Our location has always been considered one of the best places to hunt whitetails and we offer full service hunting guides. In addition to guided whitetail hunts we also offer Michigan duck hunts, pheasant hunts, turkey hunts and bear hunts.
Sherman's Resort & Hunting Guide Service
Shermans Hunting And Fishing Guide Service- Michigan UP
P.O. Box 116
Curtis, MI 49820
906 586-6761
Sherman's Resort & Hunting Guide Service offers guests great Upper Peninsula of Michigan Cabins, Campground and Guide Service. Our property is situated directly along the South Manistique Lake and in beautiful Mackinac County where fishing and hunting is abundant!  Our black bear hunts take place in prime black bear habitat in Mackinac County. Phil has over 25 years of Bear Guide experience in the Newberry Bear Management Unit.  We offer whitetail deer hunts for both bow and rifle season. Our guide area has produced many trophy bucks each season   Fishing Guide Service - on South Manistique Lake.  If you enjoy fishing - you will love the Manistique Lakes! This is the largest Lake Complex in the Upper Peninsula.
U .P. Wide Adventure Guide Hunting Services
UP Wide Adventure Guide Service Upper Michingan Pen.
W6508 Epoufette Bay Road
Naubinway, MI 49762
(906) 430-0547
U.P. Wide Adventure Guide offers unique guided hunting adventures, based on client interest. We specialize in bear hunts, black powder deer hunts, late bow season deer hunts, and grouse, rabbit, and duck hunts.
 

Hunting Guides In Northern Michigan

Deer Tracks Ranch- Guided Deer Hunts In Northern Michigan
Once you arrive at Deer Tracks ranch in Fife Lake, Michigan you will be assigned a hunting guide and will discuss hunting strategies as well as the type of animal you would like to hunt. The day of your hunt your guide will give you a time to be ready and escort you to your blind or tree stand for your dream hunt. Many different guided hunt packages are available so check out our website for more details. We also offer excellent accommodations .
Dettmann Ranch Guided Whitetail Hunts In Bellaire Michigan
The Dettman Ranch offers guided trophy whitetail hunts in Bellaire Michigan. The ranch features over 800 acres of prime whitetail habitat. Come to Dettman Ranch for your chance to harvest a mature Upper Michigan trophy whitetail deer
 

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Michigan Hunting News
Michigan Waterfowl Seasons Set by Chris Larsen
Michigan goose hunters will enjoy a longer season and duck hunters will be able to take up to four scaup daily this year according to regulations that were approved by the Natural Resources Commission.
EHD Confirmed In Michigan Deer by Chris Larsen
Epizootic hemorrhagic disease (EHD) has been confirmed as the cause of death in deer recently found in Michigan.
Michigan DNR Applauds USFWS Delisting of Gray Wolf by Chris Larsen
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is applauding the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's decision to remove wolves in the western Great Lakes region from the federal endangered species list. The decision returns management of the species to the state level
Great Lakes Grey Wolves No Longer Endangered Species by Chris Larsen
Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar today announced that gray wolf populations in the Great Lakes region have recovered and no longer require the protection of the Endangered Species Act.
Michigan DNR Confirms Cougar Sighting by Chris Larsen
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources recently confirmed the presence of a radio-collared cougar just north of the city of Hancock in northern Houghton County. The animal was captured on a trail camera on Nov. 13, walking directly in front of the camera, with the noticeable presence of a radio collar.

60 Day Waterfowl Season Set For Michigan by Chris Larsen
Michigan duck hunters will again enjoy a 60-day season this year as the Natural Resources Commission approved upcoming waterfowl seasons at its August meeting.

Michigan DNR Hosting Wolf Forum June 3 by Chris Larsen
The Department of Natural Resources will host a Michigan Wolf Forum on Friday, June 3, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Ramada Inn, located at 412 W. Washington St. in Marquette. The Michigan Wolf Forum represents many diverse stakeholders with various points of view of wolf management in Michigan. The participants will be asked to identify the strengths and weaknesses in implementation of the state's Wolf Management Plan. Participants will also discuss new opportunities or issues with wolf management in Michigan, including the current move by the US Fish and Wildlife Service to delist the wolf as a federally endangered species in the Western Great Lakes states.

Wolf Facts and What It Means To You by host
After some very interesting activities over the last few weeks, we have finally crossed a significant milestone in dealing with wolf issues and the impacts they are having on those wildlife populations for which we are so protective. After the failure of some last minute legal negotiations, Congress finally intervened and legislatively delisted the gray wolf in almost all of the Northern Rocky Mountains.
DNR Begins Turkey Restoration Effort in Northern Michigan by Chris Larsen
Thirteen wild turkey hens that were native to Barry County have been relocated to Oscoda County, the Department of Natural Resources announced today.

The trap-and-transfer operation was a joint effort of the DNR, Michigan Wild Turkey Hunters Association, National Wild Turkey Federation and the Mio Chamber of Commerce, as part of a plan to revitalize the northern Michigan wild turkey population, which has been in decline during the last decade. The birds, which were trapped on private land in an area with a robust turkey population, were released on public land near Fairview, a town once billed as the "Wild Turkey Capital of Michigan."

Michigan Biologist Completes His Turkey Grand Slam by Chris Larsen
Michigan Department of Natural Resources and Environment wildlife biologist Al Stewart recently became the first person on record to complete a World Slam for trapping wild turkeys.

Southern Michigan Waterfowl Seasons Re-Open January 1 by Chris Larsen
The Department of Natural Resources and Environment reminds waterfowl hunters that duck and goose seasons re-open in the South Zone Jan. 1, with a two-day duck season and a 30-day goose season, with some minor variations in specific goose management units.

Michigan Small Game Seasons Open September 15 by Chris Larsen
Department of Natural Resources and Environment officials remind hunters that a number of small game seasons open Wednesday, Sept. 15.

Seasons on ruffed grouse, rabbits and hares, and squirrels open on the same day. Woodcock season opens Saturday, Sept. 25.

Public Invited to Attend DNRE Open Houses to Discuss Deer Management Plan by host
The Department of Natural Resources and Environment is inviting the public to participate in the deer management planning process. Four public meetings have been held, and another four are occurring in the next couple weeks. The DNRE will present and discuss the draft statewide deer management plan. These meetings will be held 7 to 9 p.m. EST, with the exception of the Crystal Falls meeting, which will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. CST.
Michigan DNR Biologist Awarded High Honor by amanogue
NASHVILLE, Tenn. Bath, Mich., resident Al Stewart, the upland game bird specialist with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources (MDNR), was honored with the prestigious Henry S. Mosby Award at the National Wild Turkey Federation's (NWTF) 33rd annual Convention and Sport Show held Feb. 19 to Feb. 22 in Nashville, Tenn.

The Mosby Award is named for Dr. Henry Mosby, whose research with wild turkeys in the mid 1900s set the standard for their management. He also helped found The Wildlife Society and was the winner of its highest honor the Aldo Leopold Medal.
Minnesota Spring turkey application deadline approaching by host
Turkey hunters have until Jan. 9 to apply for the 2009 spring hunt, wherever hunting and fishing licenses are sold, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR).

“The spring turkey application deadline tends to sneak up on hunters, so we extended the process this year,” said Bill Penning, DNR farmland wildlife program leader. “Although we’ve allowed additional time, we encourage hunters to apply early and avoid the last-minute rush.”

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