Michigan moves to increase hunter access, expand monitoring deer herd health
Jun 25th, 2019 by Keith Worrall 217
Modified Jun 25th, 2019 at 7:15 PM
For most hunters, the primary hurdle they encounter when trying to engage in their sport of choice is not the weather, license fees, the availability of hunter education and instruction courses, or picking up the knowledge and know-how necessary to safely and ethically harvest wild animals.
The issue numero uno often is access. Hunting for a place where they can hunt is sometimes the toughest part of the whole process. This element maintains significant status in the nationwide “3 Rs” movement — recruitment, retention, and reactivation — dedicated to stabilizing and strengthening the hunting heritage. Give hunters a place to hunt, and they most likely will hunt.