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9mm CPX-1 GEN3 SS/Pink Pistol
Happy 55th Anniversary!
Association was founded on March 25th, 1968.
Michigan Hunting Seasons
Source:Hunting season calendar
See season dates in the Michigan Bear Hunting RegulationsCottontail rabbit and snowshoe hare:
Sept. 15 – March 31, statewide.Crow:
Aug. 1 – Sept. 30 and Feb. 1 – March 31.Deer Hunting Regulations
Sept. 14 – 15, 2024Early antlerless firearm:
Youth and hunters with disabilities hunt
Sept. 21 – 22, 2024Independence Hunt:
Oct 19 – 22, 2023
Hunters with disabilities hunt
Oct. 1 – Nov. 14Regular firearm:
Dec. 1 – Jan. 1, 2023
Nov. 15 – 30Muzzleloading:
Zone 1: Dec. 1 – 10, 2023Late antlerless firearm:
Zone 2: Dec. 1 – 10, 2023
Zone 3: Dec. 1 – 10, 2023
Dec. 11, 2023 – Jan. 1, 2024
See season dates in the Michigan Elk Hunting RegulationsPheasant (male only):
Zone 1 (See Hunting Regulations for open areas)Quail:
Oct. 10 – Oct. 31Zones 2 and 3
Oct. 20 – Nov. 14Zone 3 (see Hunting Regulations for open areas)
Dec. 1 – Jan. 1
Oct. 20 – Nov. 14Ruffed grouse:
Sept. 15 – Nov. 14Sharp-tailed grouse:
Dec. 1 – Jan. 1
Zone 1:Squirrel - fox and gray (black phase included):
Oct. 10 – 31 (see Hunting Regulations for open areas)
Sept. 15 – Mar. 31Waterfowl:
See season dates section in the Waterfowl Hunting Regulations.Wild turkey:
Fall season: Sept. 15 – Nov. 14Woodcock:
Sept. 15 – Oct. 29Opossum, porcupine, weasel, red squirrel, skunk, ground squirrel, woodchuck, Russian boar, feral pigeon, starling and house sparrow may be taken year-round with a valid Michigan hunting license.