If you applied for a spring turkey license in Michigan, you can find the results of the lottery at www.mi.gov/turkey.
If you weren’t successful in the drawing, you can purchase a different leftover license Monday morning after 10 a.m. On March 19, all remaining licenses will go on sale for those sportsmen who didn’t apply.
Michiganís 2018 spring turkey hunting applications can be purchased now through Feb. 1.
You can purchase your application online at www.mdnr-elicense.com or anywhere hunting licenses are sold.
The 2018 spring turkey season runs April 23 through May 31, with several hunt periods to choose from.
Hunt 234 licenses go on sale over the counter, with no application required, on March 19. Hunt 234 offers the most days to hunt, valid from May 7-31, and is open statewide except public land in southern Michigan.
The Spring Turkey Digest explains regulations, season dates, and hunt units.
Beginning March 5, applicants can check whether they were drawn for a license at www.michigan.gov/turkey. Any leftover licenses will be sold until the quota is met in each hunt unit and hunt period.
Hunters may purchase one spring turkey license.
For more information about spring turkey hunting, visit www.michigan.gov/turkey.
(Provided by MDNR)
Starting today, you can check your fall turkey application results by visiting www.mi.gov/turkey.
On August 21 at 10 a.m., those who applied for a fall hunting license and were not successful will be able to buy remaining turkey licenses online at www.mdnr-elicense.com or anywhere DNR licenses are sold.
And on August 28 at 10 a.m., all remaining licenses are available to anyone, including those who did not apply.
The 2017 fall turkey season runs Sept. 15 to Nov. 14. A total of 51,350 licenses are available, including 4,650 general licenses and 46,700 private-land licenses.
For more information, visit mi.gov/turkey.