Registration for controlled hunts still open with the Grand River Dam Authority
The Grand River Dam Authority reminds hunters registration for controlled hunts in the fall are still open.
The hunts are on the GRDA property in Ottawa County.
Registration can be done online and is open through July 31st.
Three other individuals can be signed up for a group of up to four hunters.
The Grand River Dam Authority is reminding prospective hunters that there is still time to register for fall controlled hunts on GRDA property in Ottawa County. Registration, which can be done online, is open through July 31.
Those interested in the hunts can access the online registration at www.grda.com/ecosystems-watershed-management. This page allows users to sign up for controlled hunts for deer and waterfowl, beginning in the fall, on GRDA property along the Neosho River. Please note, COVID-19 circumstances at the time of the hunting period could alter the hunts.
Primary applicants can add up to three other individuals for a group of up to four hunters. While the hunts are open to the public, GRDA also asks that residents of its municipal customer, public power communities upload a copy of a utility bill as proof of residence for consideration for special opening day hunts.
For more information, contact GRDA’s Aaron Roper at (918) 323-6234 or email@example.com.