THIS HAPPENED TO ME LAST YEAR
In Michigan there are different types of deer license
and a Resident Combo license
(There are junior, senior, and nonresident for the 3 above)
A combo license is 2 kill tags (a regular and a restricted) and can be used in both firearm and archery seasons the only difference is what you can take.
During the firearm season its bucks only. A regular is good for any male deer with an antler at least 3 inches long, and the restricted the male deer has to have 4 antler points on one side. Archery season is the same but you can also harvest does.
Well I took a nice 7 point the first week of the archery season and tagged it with my restricted license.
2 weeks later, while coming back to my truck after hunting I was stopped to have my license checked. This young DNR officer noticed that I only had the regular portion of my Combo license and asked me what I had taken with the other. and I told him about the nice 7 point. So he asked; “DID IT HAVE 4 ANTLER POINTS ON ONE SIDE"
So I said "DUH" "No it had 3 on one side 3 on the other and 1 on his butt"
Heres your sign
He wasn’t amused
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