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Old September 25th, 2008, 07:45 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by DuffMan View Post
X2 - deer retrieval that requires leaving a signed ORV trail or route with an ATV IS NOT allowed on state or federal land.


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STATEWIDE?
Off-Road or Off-Route operation OUTSIDE of a designated area is PROHIBITED, EXCEPT for licensed hunters to remove deer, bear or elk at speeds of under 5mph or less under Michigan law. So essentially, one could legally leave a designated ORV riding area with his ATV for the sole purpose of retreiving his legally tagged deer, bear or elk at speeds of under 5mph.

Bill
I agree it is o.k. to "Retrieve" legally taken large game, Duffman, where did your info come from?



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This road is Magrudder rd Midland co. one mile north of M20. .

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Did the roadway you received your citation on have a NAME to it? If so, your regular Sec of State [ SOS ] licensed plate would have covered you LEGALLY being there.
Now doesn't "the 2-wheel drive" rule still apply, to legally be on it? There are roads by my cabin in Gladwin county that have names (Wildwood road is one to be specific) but they have been neglected for so long that they are not capable of sustaining 2 wheel drive traffic, therefore it's my understanding that they are off limits.
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