Wild turkeys ND badlands
photo by Craig Bihrle, ND Game and Fish

Turkey Application Deadline

North Dakota’s fall turkey season is set with 3,510 licenses available to hunters,145 fewer than last year. Prospective hunters, including gratis applicants, can apply online, or print out an application to mail, at the State Game and Fish Department website, gf.nd.gov. Paper applications will be available at vendors Aug. 31. The deadline for applying is Sept. 7 In…
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Sharp-tailed grouse on dancing ground SW of Wing.
photo by Craig Bihrle, ND Game adn Fish

Grouse And Partridge Seasons Open Sept. 10

North Dakota’s grouse and partridge hunting seasons open Sept. 10, and hunters can expect somewhat lower bird numbers compared to 2015. Aaron Robinson, upland game management supervisor for the State Game and Fish Department, said last year’s harvest results suggest a good population heading into the 2015 fall hunting season. “Hunters were able to find…
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summer fishing

Have You Seen? Free Fishing Weekend June 4-5

This week’s North Dakota Outdoors video covers the June 4-5 Free Fishing Weekend in North Dakota. North Dakota residents can fish without a license those two days, so grab a pole and try your luck fishing at one of the state’s many fishing waters.Find a place to fish near you at http://gf.nd.gov/fishing/where-to-fish. North Dakota residents…
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Wolverine Shot In McKenzie County From Wyoming

A rancher south of Alexander in McKenzie County shot and killed a wolverine in late April that was harassing livestock. The incident was investigated and determined to be within North Dakota law, which allows a landowner, tenant or that persons agent to catch, or kill any wild furbearing animal (except bears) in protection of poultry,…
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Tennessee Man Cited For Guiding Without License

A Tennessee man has lost his hunting privileges for 18 months and was fined more than $4,000 for acting as a hunting outfitter in North Dakota without a license. Robert “Adam” Whitten, 40, of Counce, Tenn., was charged Oct. 24, 2015, by district game warden Erik Schmidt, Linton, after Schmidt followed up on a complaint…
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