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NORTH DAKOTA GAME AND FISH DEPARTMENT

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Pheasant, grouse and partridge seasons are open through Jan. 1, 2023, so there’s still plenty of time to get out and enjoy what the late season offers.
Scott Peterson, deputy director of the North Dakota Game and Fish Department, said there's “a pretty high likelihood” a bill will be introduced to strip the department of its authority to ban the practice of baiting for deer.
Catch rates of channel catfish and walleyes were considerably higher than previous surveys.
From license sales to excise taxes, membership in clubs and volunteering, hunters have always stepped up to try to improve the outdoor world.
Game and Fish can issue up to two elk, moose and pronghorn licenses, and 10 white-tailed deer licenses to organizations for fundraising.
Leaving game in the heat, or letting it get covered in rural road dust and insects is unfixable. Take care of your kill from the field to the fork.

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The late season in Zone 1 is scheduled to run through March 31, 2023, or until the harvest limit is reached. The mountain lion season in Zone 2, which is the rest of the state outside Zone 1, has no harvest limit and is open through March 31
Duck hunting in the High Plains Unit reopens Saturday, Dec. 10, and continues through Sunday, Jan. 1.
There was concern after the first three days of season that Minnesota's statewide firearms deer harvest might fall below 100,000 for the first time in years.

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