Is there duck hunting in Michigan?
If it’s waterfowl you’re searching for, you won’t run short on opportunities in Michigan. The state has thousands of lakes with public access, but every year die-hard hunters will flock to Michigan’s Wetland Wonders. These consist of seven managed waterfowl hunting areas, all in lower Michigan.
How long is duck hunting season in Michigan?
Latest dates for the duck Hunting Season Michigan 2016-2017
|Species||Season Dates||Possession Limits|
|Ducks||Sept 26 to Nov 22 Nov 28 to Jan 29||3 times daily bag limit|
|Mergansers||Sept 26 to Nov 22 Nov 28 to Jan 29||3 times daily bag limit|
|Coots||Sept 26 to Nov 22 Nov 28 to Jan 29||45|
|EARLY SEASON: Canada Geese||Sept 1 to Sept 10||15|
Can you shoot ducks on the water in Michigan?
It is legal to shoot a duck on the water, though his vitals (other then his head) ride mostly under water. Its a moral question, not a legal one. Up to each person to decide.
How many ducks are killed by hunters each year?
More than 31 million ducks are killed each year for their flesh.
Which flyway has the most hunters?
Pennsylvania’s 36,300 active waterfowlers edged Maryland and North Carolina for most hunters in the flyway. However, North Carolina’s duck harvest of 472,600 is the most in the East by a large margin.
Where is the best duck hunting in the South?
The South’s Best Duck-Hunting Spots
- Lake Calcasieu, Louisiana. Few places in North America offer better duck hunting than that found in south Louisiana. …
- Florida. …
- Stuttgart, Arkansas. …
- Mississippi River Delta, Mississippi. …
- Port Aransas-Corpus Christi, Texas. …