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HUNTING

The spring turkey season opens April 9 and continues through May 15; the deadline to apply for a license is Wednesday, Feb. 16.
The mountain lion was about 150 yards away, and Donny Haas had the wind in his favor.
Surveys are sent out shortly after hunting seasons, but not every hunter who buys a license will receive a survey. The NDGF aims to have a random representation of the hunting experience.
If you plan to hunt this year and haven’t taken a certified hunter education course, now is the time to sign up. Mike Anderson explains in this week’s segment of North Dakota Outdoors.

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The zone’s predetermined harvest limit of eight was reached Tuesday afternoon, the Game and Fish Department said.
The task at hand: Make 50 pounds of venison sausage – 15 pounds of summer sausage, 10 pounds of snack sticks and 25 pounds of Polish sausage – over the next day and a half.
Expectations were sky-high for columnist Eric Atherton's hunting trip to eastern South Dakota. The desired outcome just took a little longer than hoped.
The effects of drought were all-encompassing, it seemed, and the expansion of chronic wasting disease will have a lasting impact on deer hunting and management.
Overall, I’d rate 2021 as better than 2020 – if only marginally – keeping in mind that topping 2020 doesn’t take much.
North Dakota utilized electronic posting in 2021 and Jeb Williams says it has received positive feedback.

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“I sat in my tree 55 and a half hours before I got him,” said Evie, who has mastered the art of cow calling with a variety of special diaphragm calls.
Nothing’s yet official, but the positive case near Climax, Minnesota, likely will mean a baiting ban for hunters on the North Dakota side of the river in Unit 2B, which follows the Red River from Fargo north to Grand Forks.

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