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Youth Grant Application Deadline

Wildlife, shooting, fraternal and nonprofit civil organizations are urged to submit an application for the Encouraging Tomorrow’s Hunters program, a State Game and Fish Department grant program developed to assist recruitment of the next...

 

Youth Grant Application Deadline

Wildlife, shooting, fraternal and nonprofit civil organizations are urged to submit an application for the Encouraging Tomorrow’s Hunters program, a State Game and Fish Department grant program developed to assist recruitment of the next...

 

Spring Light Goose Season

North Dakota’s spring light goose season opens Feb. 21 and continues through May 17. Residents can hunt during the spring season by having last fall’s 2014-15 bird licenses. Otherwise, hunters will need to purchase either a 2015-16 combination...

 

Register Now for Hunter Education Classes

Individuals interested in taking a hunter education class in 2015 are reminded to register early as most classes are held the first few months of the calendar year. To register for a hunter education course, students need to sign up online at the...

 

North Dakota Earth Day Patch Contest

The state Game and Fish Department’s annual Earth Day awareness campaign is accepting entries for design of a 2015 Earth Day patch. North Dakota students ages 6-18 are eligible to participate. The deadline to submit entries is March 15. The Game...

 

2012 Pheasant Season Summarized

Wildlife populations were flourishing in 2006-07 when Conservation Reserve Program acres peaked at more than 3.25 million in North Dakota. Since then, as CRP acres have steadily declined, so has the overall harvest of game species. This is never...

 

Record Number of Walleye Stocked

Excellent walleye fingerling production from the Garrison Dam (9.7 million) and Valley City (1.3 million) national fish hatcheries resulted in a record 11 million walleye fingerlings stocked into state waters. Jerry Weigel, North Dakota Game and...

 

Administrative Rules Hearing Scheduled

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department will hold a public hearing to address proposed new rules and amendments to North Dakota Administrative Code Title 30. The hearing is scheduled for 1:15 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 5 at the agency’s main office...

 

Camping Restrictions on Some WMAs

The North Dakota Game & Fish Department will continue to implement camping restrictions established last year on some wildlife management areas in western North Dakota along Lake Sakakawea. Effective immediately, overnight camping is prohibited on...

 

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