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2010 Michigan DNR Ramp Permit Required Lakes List
« on: December 19, 2007, 08:48:22 PM »

UPDATE 11/10/09 djk: The MDNR is working on a change to the tournament permitting (land use) process for 2010 so things are in a little bit of a flux right now. They are asking that you still request a permit for your events without sending any money in UNLESS your event is 50 boats or larger. You can be put on a calendar as an FYI to other groups for any MDNR access site. See the post on the MDNR tournament permit requests for 2008 - Info Links for further details.

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This is the complete list to the best of my knowledge of Michigan DNR public access ramps that require a tournament permit. Rules and regs follow. Permit requests can be turned in as of November 1, 2007 so if you haven't done so, get yours' in - first come, first serve.

List is by County, by Water with contact information:

CountyBody of Water/RampNumberAdmin.Phone #     E-mail
AlleganBaseline03-012Allegan(269) 673-4747boulterd@michigan.gov
BarryJordan08-002Ionia(616) 527-3750smithd8@michigan.gov
BarryThornapple08-013Allegan(269) 673-4747boulterd@michigan.gov
BerrienPaw Paw West11-001Allegan(269) 673-4747boulterd@michigan.gov
BranchGeorge12-008Jackson/Waterloo(734) 475-8307della@michigan.gov
BranchUnion12-013Jackson/Waterloo(734) 475-8307della@michigan.gov
CalhounDuck13-005Jackson/Waterloo(734) 475-8307della@michigan.gov
CalhounGoguac13-002Allegan(269) 673-4747boulterd@michigan.gov
CassCorey14-004Warren Dunes(269) 426-4013bohnde@michigan.gov
CassDiamond14-006Warren Dunes(269) 426-4013bohnde@michigan.gov
CassFish14-001Warren Dunes(269) 426-4013bohnde@michigan.gov
CassParadise14-005Warren Dunes(269) 426-4013bohnde@michigan.gov
GladwinWixom26-008Clare(989) 386-4067warrenll@michigan.gov
IoniaMorrison34-001Ionia(616) 527-3750smithd8@michigan.gov
JacksonMichigan Center38-001Jackson/Waterloo(734) 475-8307della@michigan.gov
KalamazooAustin39-014Allegan(269) 673-4747boulterd@michigan.gov
KalamazooBarton39-001Warren Dunes(269) 426-4013bohnde@michigan.gov
KalamazooEagle39-006Warren Dunes(269) 426-4013bohnde@michigan.gov
KalamazooLong (Portage)39-003Allegan(269) 673-4747boulterd@michigan.gov
KalamazooSugar Loaf39-011Warren Dunes(269) 426-4013bohnde@michigan.gov
LivingstonChemung47-001Island Lake(810) 229-7067buckleyl@michigan.gov
LivingstonWhitmore47-004Island Lake(810) 229-7067buckleyl@michigan.gov
LivingstonWoodland47-003Island Lake(810) 229-7067buckleyl@michigan.gov
MacombCRCO50-006Mount Clemens(586) 465-2160clevelar@michigan.gov
MacombHarley  Ensign50-001Mount Clemens(586) 465-2160clevelar@michigan.gov
MacombSelfridge50-003Mount Clemens(586) 465-2160clevelar@michigan.gov
MecostaChippewa54-003Clare(989) 386-4067warrenll@michigan.gov
MecostaMecosta54-001Clare(989) 386-4067warrenll@michigan.gov
MonroeBolles Harbor58-010Sterling(734) 289-2720allenjm1@michigan.gov
MonroeSterling St. Park58-008Sterling(734) 289-2720allenjm1@michigan.gov
St. JosephKlinger75-002Warren Dunes(269) 426-4013bohnde@michigan.gov
St. JosephLong75-010Warren Dunes(269) 426-4013bohnde@michigan.gov
St. JosephPalmer75-008Warren Dunes(269) 426-4013bohnde@michigan.gov
St. JosephPleasant75-001Warren Dunes(269) 426-4013bohnde@michigan.gov
St. JosephPortage75-017Warren Dunes(269) 426-4013bohnde@michigan.gov
Van BurenBankson80-026Warren Dunes(269) 426-4013bohnde@michigan.gov
Van BurenLake of the Woods80-017Warren Dunes(269) 426-4013bohnde@michigan.gov
Van BurenSaddle80-004Allegan(269) 673-4747boulterd@michigan.gov
WashtenawHalf Moon81-002Pinckney RA(734) 426-4913chillism@michigan.gov
WashtenawPortage81-020Pinckney RA(734) 426-4913chillism@michigan.gov
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Re: 2010 Michigan DNR Ramp Permit Required Lakes List
« Reply #1 on: February 14, 2018, 10:43:57 AM »

I thought we had done away with the need for permits due to the creation of the mandatory bass tournament registration on the Michigan Fishing Tournament Information System, but a few in the MDNR Parks Division still think they need permits, at least on some ramps for some events.

This came up at the latest MDNR Fisheries Division Warmwater Resources Steering Committee meeting last Monday. Parks Division is creating some information on when and why they still need a 'permit.' It may be limited to events of a certain threshold size and/or events that need special services/equipment/utilities, etc. I'll pass on some information once I have it. I'll try to keep it reasonable if possible.
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