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Reminder: ND Deer Apps Due June 3

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The deadline for regular deer gun, youth, muzzleloader, resident gratis and nonresident landowner license applications is June 3.

 

 

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Good luck everyone in the drawing, should be either the end of this week or next.

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It'll probably be mid August by the time we actually find out about the lottery. Seems to take them longer and longer every year...

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Everything backs up because of the way they allot gratis tags now...

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The drawing date is Aug 3rd, barring any setbacks.

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The drawing date is Aug 3rd, barring any setbacks.

Believe it when I see it!!

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I would check tomorrow afternoon...

 

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The lottery is complete...

No dice for this guy... second choice was a doe tag even!

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I didn't draw a mulie tag again this year.....I will have 4 preference points next year.That's 65 times in the lottery.The last time I drew a tag I had 4 points. No doe tag here either on the second choice.

Really disappointed in our GNF for not following threw on their proposal of 1 deer per hunter. How many rifle hunters not getting a tag while bow hunters can have 2 does it take.....evidently 51,000 not getting a tag isn't enough.

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Got my second choice, a skinhead, which means I'll have two points going into next year's drawing. Score!

Here's a weird occurrence: All six hunters in my party drew doe tags. 

Aren't the G&F trying to grow the herd a bit?? What are the odds that not a single one of us got a buck tag? I don't even give a rip about the racks...just thinking about harvesting does. Makes you wonder how many of each (antlered or non-antlered) were issued. 

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