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Got a hunting question? Ask the DNR

Candice Williams
The Detroit News

Ever wonder if it’s safe to venture across the lake in your snowmobile? Or where you can ice fish this season?

“Ask the DNR” is returning to WNMU-TV (Ch. 13) in the Upper Peninsula at 8 p.m. Dec. 4 with a focus on ice fishing, snowmobiling regulations, a recap of the deer hunting season so far and a look at hunting opportunities in December.

Anyone with questions can call in, the Department of Natural Resources says.

The hour-long program will air on the public television station in Marquette. The live show will feature a panel of DNR employees.

Viewers can call in with their questions at (906) 227-9668 or (800) 227-9668.

The show will feature Sgt. Marc Pomroy, a DNR law enforcement officer; Brian Roell, a wildlife biologist; Darren Kramer, a fisheries biologist; and Debbie Munson Badini, deputy public information officer.

“Ask the DNR” is produced five times a year.

(313) 222-2311