Thank You to everyone who helped support the club through the raffle and the brat fry! Your support is very much appreciated. A special thanks to Kevin Rocque and the gang at 8-HI for hosting this event every year! It's always fun and we all look forward to it each year.
2014 "Fall/Winter Raffle" Winners:1st place, John Chapman---Weatherby Vanguard 2 Synthetic 7mm Mag Rifle 2nd place, Joe Keyler---Tri Star Hunter Ex o/u 20 gauge Shot Gun 3rd place, Matt Agamaite---Savage 93 R17 Brown Laminate Thumbhole Riffle 4th place, Dave Yander---Hub Cat 250 Pop-up Blind 5th place, Ron Rosner---Wildgame Crush Cam & Infrared Trail Cam Meat Raffle Winner, Doug Rhode 50/25/25 Winners, Tyler Kohtala and Tina Garsow
I'm sharing the Marinette County trail report from Tuesday, February 11th. Go to www.marinettecosnowtrails.com for reports that are updated every Tuesday by the county clubs. Important changes or any important trail information is updated as the need arises. It's THE place to find all the county information in one easy to use spot!
2/11/14 MARINETTE COUNTY TRAIL REPORT
All County Clubs are grooming regularly. Trail conditions are very good to excellent! The best riding in years!DUN-GOOD RIDERS: Trails are being groomed regularly and they are in excellent condition. Atv's & utv's are welcome on the Dun-Good trails. "Like" us on Face Book, Dun-Good Riders Inc. NEAR NORTH: We are grooming and the trails are in excellent condition. Atv's and utv's are NOT allowed on all of the trail system. Please follow the signs! IRON SNOWSHOE: Trails are groomed regularly and they are in excellent condition. Riding is the best it's been in years! Atv's & utv's are allowed on the Iron Snowshoe trail system. NOTE: Crooked Lake Fish-O-Rama…FOOD – FUN – REFRESHMENTS. February 15, 2014 Crooked Lake Volunteer Fire Department Fish-O-Rama, at Fire Station on Highway W in Crooked Lake. PEMENEE RIVER RIDERS: Pembine area trails are groomed and in excellent condition. ATV's & UTV's are allowed on MOST of the trails---read the signs! NOTE: Due to unreasonable demands by the Marinette County Highway Department, we are recommending you DO NOT use the Pembine to Niagara trail! If you do, you must follow state statues for distance OFF the roadway and headlights must be going with traffic after dark. Again, the PRR Club is NOT recommending this! The trail between Niagara and Aurora is open and groomed. Please watch for ICE AHEAD signs on Brown Spur Road (the north loop from Pembine to Dunbar) as a culvert is frozen over and water on the road has frozen into ice. Slow down and use caution. Find Pemenee River Riders on Face Book! RANGER CITY RIDERS: Trails are in excellent condition and being groomed on a regular basis. No atv's & utv's allowed on the Ranger City Riders trails at any time. RIVER ROAD RIDERS: Trails are being groomed regularly and are in good riding condition. No atv's or utv's allowed at any time. KUMALONG SNO-RIDERS: Trails are in very good condition and we're grooming regularly. Atv's and utv's are not allowed on the Kumalong trails. Bagley - Brazeau Joyriders: Trails are groomed and in very good condition. Atv's & utv's are not allowed on the Bagley-Brazeau trails at anytime.
Jan. 9, 2014Contact: Ron Yesney, 906-228-6561 or Debbie Munson Badini, 906-226-1352
DNR: Snowmobile Trail #2 in Dickinson County reopens to riders
Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Parks and Recreation officials today announced that snowmobile Trail #2 in Dickinson County has reopened to riders.
A stretch of Trail #2 located between Iron Mountain and Furnee Lake was previously closed due to logging operations on private land.
"The reopening of Trail #2 will allow snowmobilers to access Iron Mountain businesses, benefitting the community, economy and snowmobilers," said DNR recreation specialist Ron Yesney. "We would like to thank the Tri-County Snowmobile Club for their efforts to partner with the Department on all work necessary to reopen the trail."
For further information regarding these closures, contact Ron Yesney at 906-228-6561.
To learn more about snowmobiling in Michigan, visit www.michigan.gov/snowmobiling.