Permit Required To Possess Dead Deer

North Dakota Game and Fish Department enforcement personnel are issuing a reminder that a permit is required before taking possession of a dead deer, or any part of a dead deer such as a skull and antlers, found near a road or in a field. Only shed antlers can be possessed without a permit. Permits…
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Fall Mule Deer Survey Completed

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department’s fall mule deer survey indicates that mule deer had another good year of fawn production. Biologists counted 3,003 (2,157 in 2015) mule deer in the annual aerial survey in October. The buck-to-doe ratio of 0.48 (0.42 in 2015) is higher than the long-term average of 0.43 bucks per…
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Have You Seen This Week’s North Dakota Outdoors Online Webcast?

  North Dakota’s 2016 deer gun season is almost here. Chief game warden Bob Timian answers some common deer hunting questions in this week’s program.   Related Links: https://gf.nd.gov/hunting/deer – Deer hunting information https://gf.nd.gov/hunting/deer/faq – Deer hunting FAQs     Find out more on deer and other hunting at the Game and Fish Department website…
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Donate Deer To Sportsmen Against Hunger

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department is reminding deer hunters to keep in mind the Sportsmen Against Hunger program this fall. While this year’s deer proclamation allows only one deer gun license per hunter, families with more than one license might want to consider donating a deer to this worthy cause. In addition, hunters…
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CWD Surveillance Continues

The State Game and Fish Department will continue its Hunter-Harvested Surveillance program during the 2016 hunting season, by sampling deer for chronic wasting disease and bovine tuberculosis from 13 units in North Dakota. In addition, all moose and elk harvested in the state are eligible for testing. Samples from hunter-harvested deer taken in the eastern…
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