Thursday, February 2nd, 2023
Thursday, February 2nd, 2023

Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967

Bismarck, N.D. A total of 30,000 nonresident waterfowl licenses are available for North Dakota’s 2002 duck and goose hunting seasons. The licenses are available only through the North Dakota Game and Fish Department’s Internet website (www.discovernd.com

The boundaries of the three waterfowl zones are the same as in
past year. Nonresidents with 14-day licenses may hunt for seven
days in one zone and seven in another. The seven-day license is
available for 2002. Both cost $95, not including the required
federal stamp.

Should the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service offer a Sept. 21 duck
opener, it’s likely the first week of the waterfowl season would be
open to residents only, with nonresidents allowed to hunt beginning
Sept. 28. North Dakota’s early September Canada goose season is
slated for Sept. 1-20. Nonresidents are eligible for the hunt, but
time hunted the early goose season is part of the 14 days allowed
for nonresident waterfowl hunters.

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