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Spring Breeding Duck Numbers Tallied

  The North Dakota Game and Fish Department’s annual spring breeding duck survey conducted in May showed an index of 3.4 million birds, down 5 percent from last year. “The spring migration was well ahead of normal as open fields and warm temperatures allowed early migrants to pass quickly through the state,” said migratory game…
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Summer Safety On The Water

Failure to wear a personal floatation device is the main reason people lose their lives in water recreation accidents. North Dakota law requires all children ages 10 and younger to wear a personal flotation device while in boats of less than 27 feet in length. The law also requires all personal watercraft users to wear…
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2016 North Dakota Deer Applications Available

North Dakota’s 2016 deer season is set with 49,000 licenses available to hunters this fall, 5,725 more than last year. Jeb Williams, wildlife chief for the State Game and Fish Department, said population and harvest data indicate the state’s deer population is stable to increasing, primarily due to seven years of reduced gun licenses combined…
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Have You Seen? Red River And Missouri River System Preview

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Have You Seen? Special Fishing Issue Of North Dakota Outdoors

The 2016 March-April Special Fishing issue of North Dakota Outdoors magazine is available FREE online right now. It’s a “keeper” with a feature “Beyond Wetting A Line”  by fisheries division chief Greg Power.  Fishing isn’t the same as catching. And, at times, catching isn’t the same as harvesting. However, if you’re an experienced North Dakota…
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