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    It's time again for what is affectionately called the "Big Three" application period, and this year has good news on all fronts. The State Game and Fish Department is bumping up the number of elk and moose licenses over last year, and bighorn sheep are back in the mix after a year with no...
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    Doug Leier The deadline to submit an application for the 2013 North Dakota moose, elk and bighorn sheep license lottery is March 27. Even though the odds of drawing one of these "big three" licenses is small, you of course can't get one if you don't fill out and send in a paper or online...
  3. Deer Hunting
    By Doug Leier Science and wildlife management are not stationary. Continuous research and fact gathering result in adjustments to management strategies and through this evolving process hunters directly see changes in hunting seasons. This year's North Dakota elk season is a good example...
  4. Deer Hunting
    By Doug Leier March 19 is the deadline for the "big three," or moose, elk and bighorn sheep license applications in North Dakota. I'd wager a guess that even some non-hunters have heard discussion on the odds of winning the big three lottery, and we're not talking a financial lottery either...
  5. Deer Hunting
    By Jason DuBord When a person thinks about elk, the states that often first come to mind are Colorado, Montana, Wyoming, or Arizona. What a lot of people do not know is that North Dakota has "world class" elk right out its back door in the beautiful badlands. The 2nd biggest elk killed in the...
  6. Deer Hunting
    By Doug Leier It's March and time to think about moose, elk and bighorn sheep hunting. While the fall seasons are still half a year away, the license application process begins and ends in March. If you want to have even a small chance of hunting one of North Dakota's special big game species...
  7. Duck Hunting
    By Doug Leier North Dakota doesn't have many bighorn sheep, but vast appreciation and genuine curiosity from hunters and non-hunters alike more than compensate for lack of population. While this could be said for many North Dakota fish and wildlife inhabitants, the bighorn sheep fills a niche...
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