YeeHaw! Rudy is in town and it’s time to #deertour. Let the action begin.
Michigan Whitetail Deer Hunting Blog
I can’t even begin to describe how much I love sitting on the ground with a heavy frost as dawn breaks and all of nature wakes up.
It’s opening day in michigan.
Be safe and shoot straight everyone.
Oh boy! We have a dusting of snow on the ground, the rut is in full swing and the orange army is mobilizing.
Thursday kicks off the most celebrated holiday in Michigan…whitetail gun season. That crazy day when all of us bowhunters will be joined in the woods by 500,000 gun hunters.
I’ll be spending the morning in the stand and then meeting up with Nick Viau from Life and Longbows to prep for Deertour 2012.
It’s gonna be a blast.
Good luck to everyone heading out this week for the gun opener. Be safe and be sure o your target and what is behind.
I love supporting all my fellow sportsmen and women and am happy that our state has a special opportunity for our fellow outdoor enthusiasts who are disabled. Best of luck to everyone who is taking advantage of this special firearm season. I look forward to sharing the woods with you always.
Those who meet one of the eligibility requirements below may hunt deer on private land in a special firearm season Oct 18-21:
Permit to hunt from a standing vehicle
A person who, due to injury, disease, amputation or paralysis, is permanently disabled and unable to walk, may apply for a permit to hunt from a standing vehicle (a parked motor vehicle or ORV). Subject to all other regulations including buck limits and antler-point restrictions, this permit also entitles the holder to take a deer of either sex under any valid deer license.
Hunters who are legally blind
Legally blind hunters may use laser sighting devices to take game, subject to all other regulations, with a firearm or crossbow if all the following conditions are met:
Resident Veterans with Disabilities
A resident of Michigan who has been determined by the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs to be permanently and totally disabled (for a disability other than blindness) is eligible to purchase senior hunting and trapping licenses from any license agent. A letter from the Veterans Administration stating the person is totally and permanently disabled and eligible for veteran benefits at the 100-percent rate is required. Documentation of eligibility from the Veterans Administration shall be in the possession of a veteran using these licenses.
During this hunt for those who qualify only, a firearm or combination license may be used for an antlered or antlerless deer. A Deer Management Assistance (DMA) permit may also be used to take one antlerless deer only, on the property for which it was issued. Archery and junior archery deer licenses are not valid for this hunt.
Bag Limit = one per kill tag
For more information for hunters with disabilities, see the 2012 Hunting and Trapping Digest, page 35.
Well deer season is rockin and rolling here in michigan. We finally got a good frost last week which should take care of the EHD problem. I’ve been hearing of some nice bucks being taken around the state and was lucky to smoke one myself last Sunday.
Good luck to all my fellow hunters out there.
Be Safe and Shoot straight.
Well there is no denying that it is springtime here in Michigan. Time to tune up the bows, check on the food plots and get ready to hand out some dirt naps to thunderchickens.
It’s almost time to hit the woods and chase spring gobblers here in Michigan. Don’t forget to get out and purchase your over the counter tag even if you forgot to apply for a permit.
This is what I’ll be listening to the rest of the deertour……The First light boys engrained it in my soul during my visit to their deer camp in Michigan.
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