Bob McMaster has put on quite an event for the past couple of years at his Bull Dog Mud Bog. He owns Bull Dog Excavating in Fenton, Michigan, so not only does he have the land to host it on, he also hasall the equipment necessary to pull any kind of vehicle out of the muck, no matter how badly it's mired.
About a 150 vehicles showed up from the tri-state area for a day in the mud that Bob created from draining hundreds of gallons of water to a nearby private lake. It created about 2 acres of the soupiest, nastiest, deepest mud that could possibly exist. The mud varied from foot-deep puddles to holes so deep that vehicles with 50-inch tires were buried up to their doors. Every kind of vehicle and every level of enthusiast showed up to see if they could make it through the slop. It was a day full of screaming engines, flying mud, and broken and buried vehicles that would make any mud bogger happy. At the end of the day a full-on BBQ food trailer fed everybody in front of a towering bonfire. For more information on this year's event visit www.bulldogmudbog.com.