I know this is the Michigan Duck Forum but I though it would be a good place to ask. I grew up in Michigan and claimed Michigan as my home state (military) due to the no state income tax if yer military and outside of the state. I changed to South Dakota in 2008 when I bought a house and decided to stay here till the kids graduate high school. What I was wondering is how is the upland bird hunting in Michigan? I remember growing up we would hunt in the Huron National Forrest up around Oscoda/Tawas, but last time I was home, 2005, I had my dad take me back to the old deer camp which somehow turned in to a "dump" for peoples appliances (sad). There were also signs along the forrest road that you were not allowed to leave the road cause some "endangered" piece of crap tweety bird or something had moved in and they shut down part of the forrest to protect it. Is the upland bird (grouse, pheasant, quail, etc) worth a damn in Michigan? Im asking cause I am thinking about coming back next year to visit the family and might have to bring a shotgun with me if I do.
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