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2005 Michigan Public Land Antlerless Deer Hunting Applications Available


Hunting-The Michigan Department of Natural Resources reminds hunters that July 1 through Aug. 1 is the application period for a public land antlerless deer license for the 2005 deer hunting season. Public land antlerless licenses will be available only through the drawing process.

Following the drawing, there may be leftover public land licenses available in the eight Deer Management Units where bovine TB in the deer herd has been found. DNR wildlife officials said other than those eight DMUs, only some western Upper Peninsula DMUs may have leftover licenses available.

Hunters may apply online at or at any authorized license agent. There is a $4 nonrefundable application fee. Drawing results will be available beginning at 10 a.m. on Sept. 12 at the DNR Web site. Postcards to successful applicants, who did not apply online, will be mailed by Sept. 12. All others should check drawing results online after Sept. 12.

Private land antlerless license will be available over the counter beginning Aug. 2. There is no minimum acreage requirement or the need for a tax ID number to purchase a private land antlerless license. Hunters may purchase one antlerless license per day. For each DMU, private land antlerless licenses will be available until the DMU quota is filled. There is no season limit to the number of private land antlerless licenses an individual hunter may purchase.

Hunters ages 12 to 16 may purchase one antlerless license over the counter (public or private) until Aug. 1. No application fee or drawing is required. A youth must appear in person with a parent or guardian to purchase a junior antlerless deer hunting license.

For more information see the 2005 Michigan Antlerless Deer Hunting Guide available in stores or online at

The DNR is committed to the conservation, protection, management, use and enjoyment of the state's natural resources for current and future generations.

Source: Michigan DNR


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