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Hunting

MACOMB COUNTY

 BRUCE TOWNSHIP, PART OF SECTION 34 - R317.150.3 - Hunting prohibited.

3. Hunting for any wild animal or wild bird with a firearm, or the discharge of a firearm, is prohibited in that part of section 34, town 5 north, range 12 east, Bruce township, Macomb county, described as follows:

Beginning at the intersection of Earl Memorial highway (M-53) and 33 Mile road, westerly on 33 Mile road for a distance of 3,980 feet; thence southerly 2,691 feet to Gates road; thence westerly on Gates road 1,320 feet to its intersection with Camp Ground road; thence southerly on Camp Ground road to its intersection with 32 Mile road; thence easterly on 32 Mile road to the west city limits of Romeo; thence northerly on the west city limits of Romeo to Gates road; thence easterly on Gates road to its intersection with Earl Memorial highway (M-53); thence northerly on Earl Memorial highway to the point of beginning.

History: Eff. May 3, 1971

  CHESTERFIELD TOWNSHIP, SOUTH OF 24 MILE ROAD - R317.150.9 - Hunting restricted.

9. Hunting with, or the discharge of, a firearm, except under permit for target shooting as authorized by the township board, or to control nuisance animals, as authorized by the Department of Natural Resources, is prohibited within the following-described area of Chesterfield township, Macomb county:

 Starting at 23 Mile road and the Macomb township-Chesterfield township common border; thence easterly on 23 Mile road to Gratiot avenue; thence northeasterly on Gratiot avenue to 24 Mile road; thence easterly on 24 Mile road to Baker road; thence northerly on Baker road to New Haven road/Washington avenue; thence southeasterly on New Haven road/Washington avenue to the west city limits of New Baltimore; thence southerly along the west city limits of New Baltimore to the shoreline of Lake St. Clair; thence southwesterly along the Lake St. Clair shoreline to William P. Rosso highway; thence westerly along William P. Rosso highway to the west boundary of Chesterfield township; thence northerly along the west boundary of Chesterfield township to 23 Mile road, the point of beginning. The provisions of this rule shall not apply to lands owned by, or under the control of, the Department of Natural Resources or the United States government.

History: Eff. September 21, 1985

  CLINTON TOWNSHIP - R317.150.2 - Hunting prohibited.

2. Hunting with, or the discharge of, a firearm is unlawful in Clinton township, Macomb county.

History: Eff. November 14, 1974

  HARRISON TOWNSHIP, NORTH OF AND INCLUDING THE CLINTON RIVER - R317.150.4

Hunting prohibited.

4. Hunting with, or the discharge of, a firearm or bow and arrow is prohibited in that area north of and including the Clinton river in Harrison township, Macomb county, except under permit for target shooting as authorized by the township board. This rule shall not apply to lands owned by or under control of the Department of Natural Resources or the United States government.

History: October 19, 1971

  MACOMB TOWNSHIP - HC-50-91-001 - Hunting with firearms restricted.

Macomb township, portion; Closed to hunting with a firearm.

Hunting with a firearm is prohibited in the following portions of the charter township of Macomb, Macomb county, state of Michigan, being town 3 north, range 13 east; sections 7, 18, 19, and 20, the western portion of the township from 25 Mile road and Romeo Plank road westerly to Hayes road, then south to 22 Mile road.

  Macomb township, portion; Hunting prohibited.

Hunting for any wild animal or wild bird with a firearm or bow and arrow, or the discharge of a firearm or bow, is prohibited within the defined and posted boundaries of the properties being sections 33, 34, 35, and 36, the southern portion of the township, 21 Mile road west, to Romeo Plank road, south to M-59, then east to township boundary.

  Macomb township, portion; Hunting with, or discharge of buckshot, slug, centerfire, and rimfire firearms prohibited. Bow and arrow and shotgun with shot no larger than number 4 will be permitted.

Hunting with, or the discharge of a buckshot, slugs, and centerfire or rimfire firearm is prohibited. Bow and arrow and shotgun with shot no larger than number 4 will be permitted. The Maple Grove gun range is the only exception where this type of caliber of firearm may be used. (This shall apply to) Sections 24 and 25, being the eastern portion of the township from 23 Mile road and North avenue east to the township boundary, then south to Hall road.

(Information added in parentheses for clarification.)

History: Eff. April 15, 1991

  MACOMB TOWNSHIP, PORTION - R317.150.12 - Hunting with firearm prohibited.

12. Hunting with, or the discharge of, a firearm is unlawful in that part of Macomb township, Macomb county, described as follows:

Beginning at a point where M-59 intersects with Hayes road; thence north on Hayes road to 22 Mile road; thence east on 22 Mile road to where Salt Slang drain crosses 22 Mile road; thence southerly following Salt Slang drain to the one-quarter line of section 30, T3N, R13E; thence east on the one-quarter line of sections 30 and 29, T3N, R13E, to Romeo Plank road; thence south on Romeo Plank road to M-59; thence west on M-59 to the point of beginning.

History: Eff. March 11, 1983

  SHELBY TOWNSHIP - R317.150.1 - Exceptions to hunting restriction.

1. Hunting with, or the discharge of, a firearm is unlawful in Shelby township, Macomb county, except as follows:

(a) Hunting with, or the discharge of, a firearm is lawful on property from Juengel road north to the east/west 1/4 section line and from Dequindre road east approximately 3,200 feet to the Clinton river; on the state-owned land in the Rochester-Utica recreation area; and on target ranges registered with the township clerk.

(b) Hunting with, or the discharge of, a shotgun loaded with shot not larger than no. 2 is lawful on the following described areas: Sections 1, 13, 14, and 23, and that portion of section 2 lying north and east of the middle branch of the Clinton river, T3N, R12E.

History: Eff. December 29, 1981

  WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP, PARTS OF SECTIONS 2 AND 3 - R317.150.7 - Hunting prohibited.

  WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP, PART OF SECTION 15 - R317.150.6 - Hunting prohibited.

  WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP, PARTS OF SECTIONS 27 TO 34 - R317.150.8 -Huting prohibited.

The above Administrative Rules R317.150.6, R317.150.7 and R317.150.8 are rescinded.

History: Eff. March 19, 2012

History: Eff. October 19, 1971