- Apprentice Hunting
- Liberty Hunt (Youth Hunt and Hunters With Disabilities)
Veterans with disabilities and individuals with disabilities who qualify, along with youth ages 16 and younger may participate in this hunt. For qualified persons with disabilities, valid licenses include a deer or deer combo license.
- Frequently Asked Questions About the Mentored Youth Hunting Program
Mentored Youth Hunting Program
- Michigan's Great Outdoors ... Pass It On!
The Mentored Youth Hunting program is designed to introduce youth under the age of 10 to hunting and fishing, offering a "package" license for just $7.50. For one low price, youth hunters under the age of 10 can hunt turkey (spring and fall on private or public land), deer (one tag, any deer) and small game, trap furbearers and fish for all species.
By eliminating the minimum hunting age in Michigan, the Mentored Youth Hunting program lets parents determine if and when their child is ready to hunt. The program is geared toward parents and other adult mentors who want to teach children under the age of 10 how to hunt, trap and fish.
The Mentored Youth Hunting program is an easy way to introduce children to Michigan's rich outdoor heritage, teach them about the importance of conserving our state's unmatched natural resources and help ensure that our hunting tradition continues to thrive. Every license purchased means important funding for wildlife habitat improvement and restoration, wildlife research, programs that provide access for public hunting, hunter safety education and much more.