Sports & Recreation

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Platinum Platter: 70 Years of Guts Frisbee

By Dennis Walikainen

Tracing the history of Guts Frisbee, the book also reflects the times: from a family beach game to an intense sport played for large prize monies, and a near death

Upper Peninsula Fun in the Sun – Hooray for Camp Days

By Johnny Storm

The book is for the young and for the young at heart and rhymes from start to finish. Natural beauty is everywhere in Michigan's Upper Peninsula and summer fun

Understanding Michigan Black Bear

By Richard P. Smith

All you wanted to know about bears and bear management as well as how to deal with problem bears and a history of bear attacks. Updated in 2007. Information applies

Tracking Wounded Deer, 3rd Edition

By Richard P. Smith

The best book about this subject is even better with the release of the third edition. All of the photos (84) in this edition are in color. There’s more solid

Stand Hunting for Whitetails

By Richard P. Smith

Tips and tricks about how to be consistently successful when hunting from ground blinds and tree stands as well as how to do it safely. Learn how to do it

Points North: Discover Hidden Campgrounds, Natural Wonders, and Waterways of the Upper Peninsula

By Mikel B. Classen

I’ve spent many years exploring the wilderness of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula (U.P.), and one thing has become apparent: no matter what part in which you find yourself, fascinating sights are

Michigan Tech Hockey: 100 Years of Memories

By William J. Sproule

The book explores the 100 years of Michigan Tech hockey that have created many memories for teams, players, coaches, students, alumni, and the community who have followed the Huskies.

Michigan Tech Football: The First 100 Years

By William J. Sproule

Football is a special part of Michigan Tech history. Michigan Mining School students played local high school and community teams in the 1890s, but it was not until 1920 that

Houghton: The Birthplace of Professional Hockey

By William J. Sproule

The story of how a Canadian-born dentist and Houghton entrepreneur changed hockey by openly paying players to come to Michigan’s Copper Country to play hockey.

Great Michigan Deer Tales, Book 7

By Richard P. Smith

Book 7 of Great Michigan Deer Tales continues the tradition started in 1994 with Book 1 in the series of providing detailed information about how, where, when and by whom

Great Michigan Deer Tales, Book 6

By Richard P. Smith

Another collection of short stories about how, where, when and by whom the state’s biggest bucks were bagged, including the highest scoring nontypical.

Great Michigan Deer Tales, Book 5

By Richard P. Smith

28 more monster buck tales from every region of the state taken by men & women with gun, bow & muzzleloader. Read about brothers who shot the same trophy buck,
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