What is a DMU in Michigan?

Disability Management Unit (DMU)

Can I hunt public land in Michigan?

No matter where you are in Michigan, you can find public hunting land.

Can you hunt deer management units in Michigan?

Hunting opportunities in DMU 006 are plentiful. The 34,765 acres of public land provide suitable habitat for deer hunting and include ample hunter access.

Can I hunt deer on my own land without a license in Michigan?

Unless the DNR change the law you can hunt on your own land for small game without a hunting license.

How many moose live in Michigan?

509 moose
Michigan has two moose herds in the Upper Peninsula. The population in the western U.P. was airlifted from Canada in the 1980s and is growing steadily at a rate of about 2% annually, according the Michigan Department of Natural Resources. The most recent biennial survey conducted in early 2019 counted 509 moose.

Are mountain lions in Michigan?

While mountain lions are native to Michigan, their numbers diminished to almost zero by the 1900s. The animals are protected by state law as an endangered species.

Were there ever grizzly bears in Michigan?

The only species of bear found in Michigan is the black bear. Michigan’s forestland in the Upper Peninsula provides the ideal habitat for the species, with ample food and plenty of cover.

Who owns lake bottoms in Michigan?

the state of Michigan
“The Great Lakes bottomlands are owned by the state of Michigan. Now, when you go up to Sleeping Bear Dunes, the (state) deeded the bottomlands on the Sleeping Bear Dunes’ 35 miles of shoreline to the federal government … they own a quarter mile off of the edge of the water basically.”

Who owns the bottom of a lake?

As a general rule, riparian owners own the submerged lands or “bottomlands” adjacent to their property. [1] This underwater ownership extends to the middle of the body of water. In other words, the individual who owns the shoreline, owns to the center of the stream or inland lake.