Resident Veterans with Disabilities
A resident of Michigan who has been determined by the
U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs to be permanently and
totally disabled (for a disability other than blindness) is eligible
to purchase senior hunting and trapping licenses from any
license agent. A letter from the Veterans Administration stating
the person is totally and permanently disabled and eligible
for veterans benefits at the 100 percent rate is required.
Documentation of eligibility from the Veterans Administration
shall be in the possession of a veteran using these licenses.
A veteran who has been determined to have a 100 percent
disability or is rated as individually unemployable by the U.S.
Department of Veteran Affairs may participate in the Youth
Firearm and 100 Percent Disabled Veteran Firearm Deer
Hunting Days, Sept. 22-23, 2012, on all lands in Michigan.
Documentation from the Veterans Administration shall be in the
possession of a veteran participating in this hunt. Eligible hunters
with a firearm or combination license may take an antlered or
antlerless deer during this special two-day season. All hunters
participating in this season must wear hunter orange.