Sunday, August 1st is the last day to apply for a fall turkey license through the Michigan Department of Natural Resources. A lottery will be held with results announced on August 16th at the DNR’s website. Only one application is allowed per person and it comes with a $5 fee.
Michigan has a robust turkey hunting scene, with other 30,000 bagged annually statewide, good for fourth in the country. The fall season runs from September 15th through November 14th. Michigan’s turkey hunt has more regulations than most states, but it is fairly simple for the Upper Peninsula as the entire region is one hunt unit.
A link to purchase your application is available here.