It looks like Michigan's Upper Peninsula may be getting a moose hunting season next year. The Upper Peninsula is estimated to have around one thousand moose which may allow a few permits.
The Detroit Free Press  has a short write up about the potential moose hunt.
Lawmakers today opened the way for a first-ever moose hunting season in Michigan, as they wrapped up loose ends of the session and adjourned for the rest of the year. A moose hunt license would cost $100. “If we don’t get them, the wolves will,” said Rep. Joel Sheltrown, D-West Branch, a leading backer of the legislation, which goes to the governor for signing.