Monday, February 6th, 2023
Monday, February 6th, 2023

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Michigan plans drawing for multi-species hunt

Lansing, Mich. (AP) – Three hunters will get a rare opportunity
to pursue four species of game animal next year under a new program
called the Pure Michigan Hunt.

The winners will be allowed to hunt elk, bear, spring and fall
wild turkeys and antlerless deer in Michigan with a single permit.
They’ll also get their choice of hunting sites at managed waterfowl
areas.

Hunters can apply for the special permit as many times as they
like. Each application costs $4 and can be purchased at license
retailers through December. Winners will be selected during a
random computer drawing in January.

Lt. Gov. John Cherry bought an application Monday as the program
got under way. He says it’s a good way to boost the state’s hunting
and conservation heritage.

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