Michigan is an excellent state for black bear hunting, and as with any other type of game there are specific rules and regulations. This article is designed to give you a basic idea of the rules set forth by Michigan when bear hunting. Hopefully this will simplify the language in these regulations for the average hunter.
You cannot hunt a bear in or around its den. You’re not allowed harass or trick a bear out of it’s done to harvest it. No non-resident of Michigan is allowed to assist or guide someone when bear hunting. You’re limited to only one bear per year and you cannot trade your license to another person. You’re not allowed to harvest any cubs or a sow (female bear) accompanied by cubs.
The technique used to tighten groups and make double-lung shots on game animals is relatively easy to learn. Upon releasing the string, practice holding the bow steady until the arrow hits its mark. Or continue to hold your pin on target until the arrow strikes, if you use sights. You will see a dramatic increase in accuracy Archery tag if done correctly.
Immediately after you’ve successfully killed a bear you’ll need to attach the kill tag provided with your bear hunting license to the bears lower jaw. You have 72 hours to get the bear sealed after the kill; this can be done at any DNR office or registration station. You cannot remove the seal until the carcass is either processed, butchered or tanned.
The introduction of electronic rangefinders has eliminated much of the guesswork. But, even with these modern-day advancements, judging distance is still a challenge. Try this simple exercise for improving your ability to mentally calculate unknown distances.
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This is another children’s matching game, you could say it is cousin to the popular game Uno. The 8s in the deck of standard cards are considered “crazy” not because they need to be medicated but to indicate they are wild cards. In some variations of Crazy 8s, not just Wild Cards but other “rule cards” exist, making the game more complex for older players.
7) All of the above: Tug of War, Rope Climbing, Obstacle Race – Swimming and Polo. All four events were Olympic events at one time during the 20th Century.