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NORTH DAKOTA GAME AND FISH DEPARTMENT

Patience at boat ramps is key when launching and loading boats and personal watercraft.
The draft plan also sets out a framework for future decisions about whether to hold a wolf hunting or trapping season.
The Game and Fish Department continues to prioritize short- and long-term habitat for the maintenance and growth of wildlife populations.
“The decrease came as no surprise,” said R.J. Gross, upland game management biologist for Game and Fish in Bismarck.

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A recent North Dakota OUTDOORS  magazine feature highlights Greg Power’s thoughts, insight and observations.
The long-billed curlew is historically important to North Dakota, Game and Fish Department conservation biologist Sandra Johnson said, noting that the bird was mentioned in Theodore Roosevelt’s personal journals.
No matter the outdoor activity, there’s always a safety checklist. Never lose sight of the importance of keeping everyone safe from start to finish.
Buffalo are a native fish sometimes confused with nonnative and invasive common carp. Mitch Estabrook’s fish is the largest weighed in North Dakota that was not a paddlefish or pallid sturgeon.
The spring water index is up 616%, the largest single-year increase on record for the survey.
An animal has much better odds of surviving long-term in the wild if left alone versus being taken into captivity.

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Applicants for regular deer gun, gratis, youth and muzzleloader can apply online through the North Dakota Game and Fish Department’s website at gf.nd.gov.
Those catching and registering each of the four species are eligible for a certificate and sticker from the NDGF.
In this episode, NDGF district game warden Zach Schuchard says other boating situations, such as not yielding room to other watercraft, also add to the problems on a busy waterway.

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