(CBS DETROIT) – Hunters can get an early start on Michigan’s deer season this weekend.

The early antlerless firearm season is Sept. 21-22. The two-day even is open on private lands in select Lower Peninsula deer management units.

To participate, hunters must have a private-land anterless deer license issued for the DMU in which they are hunting, or a deer management assistance permit valid for that DMU. A deer kill tag issued under the mentored youth license must be used to harvest an antlerless deer during the antlerless-only seasons.

Licenses can be purchased online or wherever licenses are sold.

For more information visit here or call 517-284-9453.

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