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Mosinee Grade GEMS trail open

 


BESSEMER — With ruffed grouse season improving with the falling leaves, both hunters and hikers have a new opportunity to enjoy autumn.

The Mosinee Grouse Enhanced Management System is open to the public for hunting, hiking and wildlife viewing.

The 4.5 miles of hunter walk-in trails and four wildlife openings have been developed on a 1,136-acre tract of land in the Gogebic County Forest, adjacent to the Mosinee Grade in Bessemer Township, according to Gogebic Conservation District Forester Cory Howes.

Funding for the Mosinee GEMS came from the Michigan Department of Natural Resources a...



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