It’s time to talk turkey in the Upper Peninsula
MUNISING, Mich. (MCT) — About 50,000 Michigan hunters will get turkey licenses this fall, but only about 1,500 of them will be able to hunt the Upper Peninsula. And the U.P. also has a smaller turkey population than the southern Lower Peninsula, where 90 percent of the fall turkey hunting will be done.
So why did Andy Muir figure that Alger County would be a great place to hunt turkeys this fall instead of turkey-rich Mason County, where he lives?
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