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Veterans waterfowl preference hunts


Veterans preference drawings will take place on Nov. 11 or 12 for properly licensed resident active-duty U.S. military personnel and veterans. The following documentation, along with a valid Michigan driver’s license or voter registration card, will be accepted as proof of status: military ID, leave papers, duty papers, military orders, copy of DD Form 214, enhanced driver’s license or documentation from the Veterans Administration regarding disability status. If you were discharged from the Army or Air Force National Guard, you may provide a copy of NGB Form 22 or NGB Form 23.

To be eligible for the veterans preference draw, single hunters must be active-duty military personnel or veterans; party hunters must have at least one member in their party that is active-duty military or a veteran. The daily limits and species restrictions are the same as those allowed in the regular waterfowl hunting season. Participants must also possess a waterfowl license and a federal duck stamp.

  • Fish Point – Nov. 11 (a.m. and p.m. hunts)
  • Harsens Island – Nov. 11 (a.m. and p.m. hunts)
  • Muskegon County Wastewater – Nov. 11 (a.m. and p.m. hunts)
  • Nayanquing Point – Nov. 11 (a.m. and p.m. hunts)
  • Shiawassee River – Nov. 11 (a.m. and p.m. hunts)
  • Pointe Mouillee – Nov. 12 (a.m. and p.m. hunts)

Questions?  Call 517-284-WILD (9453)

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