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Units 2C and 2D Doe Season Opens Sept. 26 in North Dakota

A seven-day September antlerless deer gun season in northeastern North Dakota in units 2C and 2D opens at noon Sept. 26 and continues through Oct. 2. Only hunters with a unit 2C or 2D antlerless license are eligible to participate. Hunters must stay in the unit for which the license…


Sharptails, Ruffed Grouse and Partridge Seasons Open Sept. 13 in North Dakota

Upland game hunters take to the field Sept. 13 with the opening of sharp-tailed grouse, ruffed grouse and Hungarian partridge seasons. While spring counts indicated a slight increase in sharptail numbers from last year, preliminary summer brood counts suggest poor reproductive success with fewer young birds. Counts showed Hungarian partridge…


Youth Waterfowl is Sept. 20-21 in North Dakota

North Dakota’s two-day youth waterfowl season is Sept. 20-21. Legally licensed resident and nonresident youth waterfowl hunters age 15 and younger may hunt ducks, geese, coots and mergansers statewide. The daily bag limit and species restrictions for the youth season are the same as for regular duck and goose seasons….


North Dakota Landowners Seek Doe Hunters

North Dakota Game and Fish Department big game biologist Bill Jensen is currently working with a number of landowners across the state who would like to host antlerless deer hunters in 2008. “We are hoping to match landowners who want a good deer harvest with antlerless whitetail and mule deer…


Remaining Doe Licenses In North Dakota Issued First-Come, First-Served

More than 38,000 antlerless deer gun licenses are still available after the North Dakota Game and Fish Department recently completed its lottery drawing. These remaining licenses will be issued on a first-come, first-served basis. There is no limit to the number of licenses a hunter can receive. Hunters can apply…


HIP Certification Required for North Dakota Migratory Bird Hunters

As early Canada goose season opens Aug. 15, and with dove, sandhill crane and regular waterfowl seasons soon to follow, migratory game bird hunters are reminded to register with the Harvest Information Program prior to hunting in North Dakota this fall. HIP certification is required for all migratory bird hunters,…


North Dakota Prairie Chicken Applications Due Aug. 13

Hunters interested in chasing prairie chickens in October will need to have their applications in the mail and postmarked no later than Aug. 13. The prairie grouse hunting season will be held Oct. 11-19 in portions of Grand Forks County (north unit) and in southeastern North Dakota (south unit). A…


North Dakota Hunting Guide and Outfitter Test Set for Aug. 16

The next guide and outfitter written examination is Aug. 16 at 1 p.m. at the North Dakota Game and Fish Department office in Bismarck. The test is given periodically to anyone interested in becoming a hunting guide or outfitter in the state. In addition to passing a written exam, qualifications…


Save Our Lakes Program is Successful

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department’s Save Our Lakes program has rehabilitated nearly 42,000 feet of shoreline since 2001. “Our goal is simple – to make the fishery better for fish, and people,” said Scott Elstad, SOL coordinator. Altogether, crews have tackled 42 separate projects. Some of the work…


Spring Duck Index Similar to Last Year, Water Conditions Down

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department’s annual spring breeding duck survey showed an index of more than 3.4 million birds, unchanged from last year and 60 percent above the long-term average. Gadwall (+47 percent) and northern shovelers (+20 percent) showed significant increases, while pintails (-36 percent), mallards (-29 percent),…