Explore Michigan’s Wetlands For a Chance to Win New Outdoor Gear
If you're an outdoorsy person, you already know how expensive all of the gear is.
Shoot, my hiking boots and hammock alone were easily over $300.
If you're in need of some new outdoor gear, you could win yourself a gift card to Cabela's.
Maybe buy yourself some new bibs, a scope or casting rod. It doesn't matter what you spend it on, the money's yours!
DNR's Explore Michigan's Wetland Wonders Challenge
The DNR has teamed up with Consumer's Energy and the MI Birds and Michigan United Conservation Clubs (MUCC) for the Explore Michigan's Wetland Wonders contest and it's pretty easy to participate!
The event goes until July 16, 2021 and all outdoor enthusiasts are welcome to participate!
If you're looking for an easy challenge, here ya go! All you have to do is visit one of the 15 official Wetland Wonders sites and take a photo with the state game or wildlife area sign!
To enter to win, send your photo, name, address and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org.
There isn't just one winner, there will be four different winners.
Here are the prizes:
- Grand Prize - $1,000 Cabela's gift card
- 2nd prize - $750 Cabela's gift card
- 3rd prize - $500 Cabela's gift card
- 4th prize - $250 Cabela's gift card
The winners will be drawn on July 23, 2021. You can read more information on the DNR's website.
DNR's Becoming an Outdoors Woman Workshop
If you or someone you know is interested in expanding or sharpening their outdoor skills, the DNR is also holding workshops at the end of the month!
The program will be held three different days and all of the equipment will be provided. All participants get to select the program of their choice.
Find out what workshops are available here.
Win Cash From Your Catch
If you're going fishing anytime soon and you happen to catch a steelhead, brown trout, Chinook or Atlantic salmon, you might want to check the adipose fin.
If you find a clip on the small fin on the back of the fish, you may have won yourself $100.
The Michigan DNR is also asking individuals to participate in their muskie angle survey.