LANSING—Wolf hunting licenses go on sale starting Aug. 3, reminds the Michigan DNR.
Beginning Saturday, Aug. 3 at noon EDT until Oct. 31, or until the license quota is met, 1,200 licenses will be available for purchase . Please remember that a spot in line before noon on Aug. 3 does not guarantee a license. All wolf license purchases are first-come, first-served. Wolf licenses cost $100 for Michigan residents and $500 for nonresidents.
Licenses will be available online at www.michigan.gov/huntdrawings, at any authorized license agent, and at the following DNR offices (Upper Peninsual): Baraga Customer Service Center, Crystal Falls Field Office, Escanaba Field Office, Marquette Customer Service Center, Naubinway Field Office, Newberry Customer Service Center, Norway Field Office and Sault Ste. Marie Field Office. DNR offices will be open from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. (EDT); they may close earlier if wolf licenses sell out.
Also on Aug. 3, DNR wildlife staff members will be available to answer wolf hunting questions at the offices listed above.
For more information regarding hunting dates, regulations and the required wolf call-in system, please check the 2013 Wolf Hunting Digest. All digests can be found online at www.michigan.gov/dnrdigests. Paper copies of the digest are available at any location where DNR licenses are sold.