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Old December 23rd, 2008, 09:50 AM   #1
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Default Late season antlerless permit questions

Anybody know if I can buy a private land late-season antlerless tag if:

1) I'm not the property owner of the land I'll be on.

2) I want to purchase the permit for the DMU (Ottawa County) in another county? (i.e. buy the permit in Kent County and hunt in Ottawa)

I checked the DNR's website, and there are still thousands of these permits available for DMU 070, so I think you can just buy them over the counter, right? I didn't get a buck this year, so thought I'd try this to put some meat in the freezer.

Thanks.... I think I can, but wanted a second opinion before I brave Meijer.
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1) yes, you just have to have a telephone number for the land owner

2) you can buy the permit anywhere but it has to be for the area that you are hunting in.
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Yup should be able to.

I got my Late Season anterless permit at Franks in Linwood for 001 county, and I was a guest to the owner. You just need the phone number of the owner of the property.
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1) yes, you just have to have a telephone number for the land owner

2) you can buy the permit anywhere but it has to be for the area that you are hunting in.

Beat me to it.
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Old December 23rd, 2008, 09:56 AM   #5
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Right on, thanks guis.
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What are the dates of the late season?
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Old December 24th, 2008, 10:58 AM   #7
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i believe the 22nd through jan. 1st for late season rifle
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Old December 25th, 2008, 10:04 AM   #8
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i believe the 22nd through jan. 1st for late season rifle
Yes, I think that's right.

By the way, it's just as easy as the guys above said. No problemo. I passed up a 100-yard running ass shot yesterday, going to try again tomorrow. Time to employ the old 2-man deer drive, because they ran right past where I'd be posted if someone else walked the line I did. I thought the deer would stop and look back after a hundred yards or so, but they beelined it 400 yards across a field and didn't stop until they hit woods. Bastards.
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Get down in to thick pines and start scanning as far as you can see, then move and repeat. I have filled the freezer on this method this year. I saw a 8 or a 10 point this morning driving past one of my spots on the way to work......
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