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Successful hunters!

Luzerne hunter
Sean Scanlon from Toledo, OH took this 8-point with an 18.5 inch spread on public land in Luzerne. Sean has been coming up north with his buddies for several years and stays in a three-generation owned cabin. ~ Photo by Sarah Vance
Mio hunters
Hunter Abbe (left) and Anthony Donnelly, both of Mio were successful this season and brough their bucks to Blue Collar Clothing’s buck pole. Hunter shot his 8-point from 250 yards on public land. Anthony also hunted public land. He said he had just pulled the rope with his rifle attached up to his tree stand and saw this 9-point about 35 yards away. ~Photo by Sarah Vance
Houghton Lake hunter
Al Terrian 35, 6-point with bow. Both from Houghton Lake hunting on family property near Lale James
first buck
Makayla McDaniel 15-first buck and 3-point.
Roscommon hunter
Aiden Hornbaker continued his opening day streak this evening, with this nice 8 point. His dad, Ron (formerly of Roscommon) said he is “super proud of him.” Aiden has been rifle hunting for three years and has been fortunate enough to shoot an 8-point each opening day on state land.
Higgins Lake hunter
Frank Bartz of Higgins Lake shot this nice 6-point in Isabella County on opening day.
West Branch hunters
Tristan Hewitt (left) and Christopher Bell (right) cousins and lifelong hunting partners went out on Oct 31 in West Branch when Chris knabbed this 8-point buck. Chris tells us, “Quality deer management works, if you start passing small bucks, you will start shooting big bucks”!
Alpena County hunter
Brian Brown of Grayling shot this 8-point buck in Alpena County on Oct. 28.
Roscommon hunter
Dominic Dale, formerly of Roscommon, shot these 8-point bucks. It was an exciting weekend taking one buck Friday and the other Sunday. Dominic is thankful his “freezer will be full.”

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