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Liberty Hunt this weekend


Youth Hunt and Hunters With Disabilities

The Liberty Hunt, a firearm deer hunt consisting of both the Youth Hunt, and Hunters with Disabilities, will take place this weekend, September 17 and 18.

Youth ages 16 and under, veterans with disabilities, and individuals with disabilities who qualify as stated below, may participate in this hunt.

To qualify, an individual must fit one of the following criteria:

*be a veteran who has been determined to have 100-percent disability, or is rated as individually unemployable by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.

*have been issued a permit, by the DNR, to hunt from a standing vehicle.

*have been issued a permit by the DNR to hunt using a laser-sighting device.

*be blind as defined by MCL 393.351.

During this two-day hunt, a deer or deer combo license may be used for an antlered or antlerless deer. Antler Point Restrictions do not apply. A Deer Management Assistance (DMA) permit may also be used to take one antlerless deer only, if issued for the area/land upon which hunting. The bag limit for this season is one deer. All hunters participating in this season must wear hunter orange.

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