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2014 North Dakota dove season

August 26, 2014

North Dakota’s dove season opens statewide Sept. 1, and hunters are reminded to register with the Harvest Information Program prior to hunting.
The daily limit is 15 and possession limit is 45. Shooting hours are 30 minutes before sunrise to sunset. The season is open through Nov. 9.
All dove hunters must possess a fishing, hunting and furbearer certificate and a general game and habitat license, regardless of age. In addition, hunters ages 16 and older need a small game license.

swan lottery held

August 25, 2014

North Dakota’s swan lottery has been held and more than 300 licenses remain. Only hunters who do not have a swan license for the 2014 season can apply, as regulations limit hunters to one license per year.

have you seen?

August 22, 2014

North Dakota’s Report All Poachers hotline is 1800.472.2121 poaching tips can be called in 24 hours a day 7 day’s a week. But what details are game wardens looking for? Chief of Enforcement for ND Game and Fish is Robert Timian he has the answer and more. Watch the video here or click this link
http://gf.nd.gov/publications/television/outdoors-online-webcast
More info on RAP is here
http://www.gf.nd.gov/laws-and-regulations/report-all-poachers-rap

baiting regulations

August 22, 2014

Hunters are reminded that hunting big game over bait is prohibited on all state owned or managed wildlife management areas, all U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service national wildlife refuges and waterfowl production areas, U.S. Forest Service national grasslands, and all North Dakota state school, state park and state forest service lands.

The governor’s proclamation relating to chronic wasting disease also includes a provision that prohibits hunting big game over bait on both public and private land in deer unit 3C west of the Missouri River, and all of units 3E1, 3E2, 3F1 and 3F2.

2014 archery deer season

August 21, 2014

North Dakota’s deer archery season opens Friday, Aug. 29 at noon, and bowhunters are reminded that deer bow licenses and accompanying tags are only available through electronic purchase.

Bowhunters can buy a license online at the State Game and Fish Department website, gf.nd.gov; by calling 800-406-6409; or at license vendors in counties that are linked to the Game and Fish Department’s online licensing system. Hunters who purchase bow licenses online should allow for several days to receive their tag in the mail.

goose meat donations

August 20, 2014

The North Dakota Community Action Sportsmen Against Hunger program is again accepting donations of goose meat taken during the early Canada goose season. However, Canada geese can only be accepted through Aug. 31.

Similar to last year, hunters can bring in their goose meat to participating processors. However, hunters must remove the breast meat from the birds before processors can accept them.

goose meat donations

August 20, 2014

The North Dakota Community Action Sportsmen Against Hunger program is again accepting donations of goose meat taken during the early Canada goose season. However, Canada geese can only be accepted through Aug. 31.

Similar to last year, hunters can bring in their goose meat to participating processors. However, hunters must remove the breast meat from the birds before processors can accept them.

pronghorn lottery held

August 19, 2014

North Dakota’s pronghorn lottery has been held and individual results are available online at the State Game and Fish Department’s website, gf.nd.gov.

A total of 250 licenses were available in unit 4A, the extreme southwestern corner of the state. Nearly 6,000 applications, including 74 gratis, were received.

Unsuccessful applicants who submitted their application online or through the department’s 800 licensing telephone number will receive a refund back to their credit card. Individuals who submitted paper applications will receive a refund check.

2014 fall turkey season set

August 18, 2014

North Dakota’s fall turkey season is set with 3,805 licenses available to hunters, 215 fewer than last year.

Prospective hunters, including gratis applicants, can apply online, or print out an application to mail, at the State Game and Fish Department website, gf.nd.gov. Paper applications will be available by Aug. 22 from Game and Fish offices, county auditors and license vendors.

Applications are also accepted at the department’s toll-free licensing line, 800-406-6409. A service fee is added for license applications made over the phone.

have you seen?

August 15, 2014

Did you know North Dakota’s regulations for fur taking have been set. One change is in registration for snaring. This weeks North Dakota outdoors video visit with biologist Stephanie Tucker has the details along with updates on fisher, muskrats, coyotes and more. . Watch the video here or click this link
http://gf.nd.gov/publications/television/outdoors-online-webcast
more info on fur taking in North Dakota is here
or
http://gf.nd.gov/hunting/furbearers

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