The North Dakota Game and Fish Departmentâ€™s law enforcement division conducts game and fish check stations in an effort to ensure hunter and angler compliance with state laws and regulations.
Robert Timian, enforcement chief, said a few have already been conducted, and others will continue throughout the fall. â€œWe will be manning checkpoints during deer season, and through waterfowl and pheasant season,â€ he said.
Hunters should double-check the regulations to make sure they are doing everything legal, especially proper identification and procedures for transporting game, and knowing the daily and possession limits.
â€œCheck stations are an efficient way to detect violations and to gauge compliance,â€ Timian said. â€œIn general, the comments we receive are positive, and the vast majority are supportive of these activities.â€