AUG. 13
14th Annual Tall Pine Council Sporting Clays Tournament. Hunter’s Creek Club, 675
E. Sutton Rd., Metamora. $180 per person or $900 per squad. Squads can be
five men, five women or mixed. Plan your own or be placed on a squad. Each
gets 70 bird shoot (20 or 12 gauge included), lunch, wild game dinner, auction,
goodie bag and fellowship at a great facility. Limited to first 200 shooters. Call
810-235-2531 to register or send check payable to Tall Pine Council, B.S.A, 507
West Atherton Rd., Flint 48507-2404.
SEPT. 1-30
Early Canada Goose hunting season.
SEPT. 10-OCT. 26
Bear hunting season in Upper Peninsula and North Baldwin BMU. Consult DNRE
guide for specifics.
SEPT. 10-12
Outdoor Weekend’s 3-D Championships. Part of annual Woods-N-Water News
Outdoor Weekend, Eastern Michigan Fairgrounds, Imlay City. Friday, youth championship
for ages 9-15. Saturday is team championship, Sunday is individual
open championship. Must register by Sept. 3. Details: 517-524-7230.
SEPT. 15-NOV. 14
Fall wild turkey hunting season for permit holders.
SEPT. 16-20
Early firearm antlerless-only deer hunting season.
SEPT. 17-OCT. 26
Bear hunting season in Lower Peninsula. Consult DNRE guide for specifics.
SEPT. 18-19
Youth waterfowl hunting season.

SEPT. 25-26
Youth and Disabled Veterans deer hunting season.
OCT. 1
Recreation Passport available to MIchigan residents for $10 per registered vehicle
or $5 per registered motorcycle. Replaces resident annual state park and boating
access site permits. By checking YES on vehicle registration, 58 percent savings
realized for unlimited access to all Michigan state parks, local parks, boating
access sites and state forests. Details: www.michigan.gov/recreationpassport
OCT. 1-OCT. 14
Archery deer hunting season.
OCT. 9-31
Pheasant hunting season in Zone 1.
OCT. 14-17
Disabled deer hunting season.
OCT. 20-NOV. 14
Phesant hunting season in Zones 2 and 3.
OCT. 21
Grand Blanc Huntsman’s Club 2010 sportsman’s outdoor swap meet. Runs 9 a.m.-5
p.m., 9046 McCandlish Rd. A little bit of everything for the outdoor person.
Antiques, hunting, fishing, shooting stuff, decoys, guns, clothing, camping gear,
collectibles. Public welcome. Details: 810-636-7261 or www.gbhuntsmans.com
NOV. 15-30
Firearm deer hunting season.
DEC. 1-JAN. 1
Archery deer hunting season second segment.
DEC. 3-12
Muzzleloader deer hunting season in Zone 1.

DEC. 10-19
Muzzleloader deer hunting season in Zone 2.
DEC. 13-19
Muzzleloader deer hunting season in Zone 3.
DEC. 19-JAN. 1
Late firearms antlerless deer hunting season.
72-hour fishing license. Available for residents and non-residents for $21, $9 for senior
residents. Valid for all species. Details: www.michigan.gov/fishing
Feral hog harvesting. Licensed hunters and landowners may take feral hogs at any
time. Hunters or individuals with concealed-carry permits may take swine running
loose on public land or on private land with landowner permission. Landowners
may take hogs on their property at any time. Details: www.michigan.gov.dnre
Lapeer County Sportsmen’s Club, 2010 Lake George Rd. Saturday, Oct. 23, pins at
50 feet, shotguns allowed, birdshot only. Pistol calibers only, no magnums. $5 for
members, $10 non-members. Details: 248-628-1583.
Hunter Education Instruction. Class sign up is first Monday of every month. No early
sign ups. First class dates starts depending on which Monday sign up is recorded.
Class runs 6:30-9:30 p.m. Class limited to 50 students. Donation: $7. Details:
Lapeer County Sportsmen’s Club, 810-724-6579.
To have your item listed in the Outdoor Calendar, e-mail Sports Editor Lisa Paine at

lpaine@mihome paper.com

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