LANSING, Mich. (AP) – Hunters are flocking to Michigan woods and fields for what wildlife biologists say ought to be a productive firearms deer season.
The season runs from Wednesday by means of Nov. 30.
Chad Stewart of the Division of Pure Assets says comparatively delicate climate over the previous yr is an effective signal for deer health and fawn survival. He says hunter success charges must be nearly as good as these of 2016, and even barely higher.
Stewart says deer numbers are rebounding in elements of the Higher Peninsula after current harsh winters. However as a result of they continue to be low in some areas, a couple of further U.P. administration models will probably be open to antlerless searching.
A much bigger harvest additionally is predicted within the northern Decrease Peninsula.
A web-based software at http://www.mi.gov/mihunt might help find good deer searching spots.
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