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Two members of the Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission indicated at the board’s Thursday meeting in Missoula that they were uncomfortable with allowing late-season elk hunts this winter in districts where population objectives have already been met or exceeded.

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Two members of the Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission indicated at the board’s Thursday meeting in Missoula that they were uncomfortable with allowing late-season elk hunts this winter in districts where population objectives have already been met or exceeded.

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NDG&F Dept. Release North Dakota’s deer archery season opens Friday, Aug. 30 at noon, and continues through Jan. 5, 2020. Bowhunters can buy a license online at the state Game and Fish Department website, gf.nd.gov; by calling 800-406-6409; or at vendors linked to the Game and Fish Department’s online licensing system. Hunters who purchase bow licenses at a...

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By John Bradley, NDWF Executive Director   Any hunter who has walked the great plains and had a sage-grouse flush at their feet, knows the thrill. Even the most seasoned hunter gets a rush of adrenaline as the birds explode from cover.  I was fortunate enough to hunt sage grouse in Montana last fall, where...

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By Nick Simonson   The natural world, and often our daily lives, revolve around a pattern.  The sun rises, travels the sky and sets as we go about our business. Rains fall, things clear, the grasses grow and life flourishes. Winter fades to spring, spring warms into summer, summer slides into the blessed season of...

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NDG&F Dept. Release North Dakota’s pronghorn lottery has been held and individual results are available online at the state Game and Fish Department’s website, gf.nd.gov. A total of 1,335 licenses were available in 12 units, and 12,929 applications, including 450 gratis, were received. All licenses were issued. Hunters who are drawn for a 2019 pronghorn...

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By Doug Leier, NDG&F Biologist August is no longer just about winding down the fishing season and starting the planning and preparation for upcoming hunting seasons.   While North Dakota has long had a crow season that got it’s start in mid-August, it wasn’t until changes several years ago put the early Canada goose opener...