Oscoda, MI Hunting FAQs

The Essentials to Getting Started

The Great Lake State possesses both private and public lands available to hunt on. With the Department of Natural Resources leasing private lands for public hunting through the Hunting Access Program (which helps to grow hunting opportunities as southern Michigan's land is 97 percent privately owned), there is something for every type of hunter in Michigan. Big game, small game, waterfowl, and even trapping and fur harvesting are largely popular throughout the state. Before your hunting adventure in Michigan, make sure you understand all of the regulations first.