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coming to North Dakota? go fish!

December 20, 2013

If you are visiting North Dakota over the Christmas Holiday there's many outdoors options. Ice fishing is obvious. If you have kids coming home...maybe a new son-in-law from a far away state--whatever the reason. It's pretty easy to get set. North Dakota non-resident licenses are 3-10 and season long from $35 $25 and $1. Realize what's $15 get at a movie theatre? about 5 gallons of gas...it's just flat out reasonable. Buy the license 24/7/365 and your set to go from here: https://apps.nd.gov/gnf/onlineservices/lic/public/online/lic/customerpur...

Then check out places to fish or stocking reports all through here.

http://www.gf.nd.gov/fishing/fishing-waters

The full regulations are here:

http://gf.nd.gov/gnf/regulations/docs/fish/fish-guide.pdf

go fish
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