If you're going to be involved in snipe hunting in Michigan, the DNR, though at least one police jurisdiction has issued strict rules for the activity that will likely be followed across the state. Atop its Facebook post are the most important words to be remembered: "Please respect the Snipe. They are rare and fast. Almost like you can't find 'em."
Today the Michigan DNR announced that most Michigan Hunters for the 2021 season will NOT need to apply for an antlerless license as in years past. The introduction of the 'Universal Antlerless License' will allow hunters to harvest does and antlerless males across nearly the entire state this season.