The North Dakota Game Wardens Association, Ray Goetz Memorial Fund and Kupper Chevrolet are providing $1,600 in scholarships to a graduating high school senior or current higher education student, majoring in fisheries, wildlife management or law enforcement. Applicants must be North Dakota residents, and have maintained a 3.25 grade point average. The scholarship will be…
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Hunters, Anglers Take Note Of New Legislation

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department tracked 28 outdoors-related bills during the 2017 legislative session, 11 of which were passed by both chambers and signed into law. The following bills take effect Aug. 1, unless the bill includes an emergency clause which indicates it is already in effect. HB 1017 – Appropriates $83,277,498 to the…
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New State Record Carp

Derek Barnick’s catch on April 21 is the first entry to North Dakota’s list of state record fish in 2017. The Tappen angler took a 31 pound, 9 ounce common carp from Lake Etta-Alkaline with a bow and arrow. The 36-inch fish broke the old record of 31 pounds taken by Austin Loberg of Thompson…
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Moose And Elk Lotteries Held, Bighorn Sheep In September

North Dakota’s moose and elk lottery results are available online at the state Game and Fish Department’s website, gf.nd.gov. Applicants can find individual results by clicking “my account” under the buy and apply link. Successful applicants will receive a letter the week of May 15, stating the license will be mailed after the successful applicant submits the…
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Game And Fish To Provide Cleaning Service During Paddlefish Season

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department will provide a free cleaning service for snaggers who harvest a paddlefish during the 2017 snagging season. The cleaning service will operate from 8 a.m. – 10 p.m. on harvest days out of North Star Caviar’s station at the Confluence. A shuttle will not be available to transport…
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