- Hunting on Game Bird Preserves for People with Disabilities The bill amended Parts 401 (Wildlife Conservation) and 811 (Off-Road Recreation Vehicles) to do the following with regard to activities on a State-licensed game bird hunting preserve:
-- Create an exception for a person with a disability to requirements regarding the transport and possession of a firearm in a vehicle.
-- Allow a person with a disability to possess a loaded firearm and discharge it to take an animal from in or upon a vehicle, other than a car or truck, if the vehicle is not moving.
-- Create an exception to crash helmet and eyewear requirements for off-road recreation vehicle (ORV) users, if an ORV is operated at a maximum speed of 10 miles per hour.
- Where Can I Hunt?
- Information for Hunters with Disabilities and Permits
- State Game Areas with Universally Accessible Features
- Laser Sighting Devices for Hunters with Disabilities
- Resident Veterans with Disabilities
- Use of Ground Blinds on Public Land by Hunters with Disabilities
- Independence Hunt This 4-day firearm deer hunt will take place on private lands or public land requiring an access permit, and open to the Independence Hunt by lottery, beginning the Thursday prior to the third Saturday in October of each year.
- Liberty Hunt (Youth Hunt and Hunters With Disabilities)
- Special Turkey Hunting Opportunities for Youth and Hunters with Disabilities
- License Types and Fees
- Marine Exemption Certificate The DNR provides disabled persons the opportunity to operate a vessel using an electric motor at slow no-wake speed on portions of waterways in this State that prohibit motorized vessels. This certificate must be carried by the Permittee when operating in areas posted as above.
- Michigan Fishing Guide
Fish Orders, Seasons
and License Information.
2015 regulations are in effect through March 31, 2016.