April 14, 2012 at 7:00 pm in Grand Forks Herald
The North Dakota Game and Fish Department this week said it is proposing to slash the number of deer tags available for the state’s fall rifle season in response to drastic declines in populations and hunting success.
As part of the proposal, Game and Fish is planning to offer 65,250 rifle tags this fall. That’s a cut of 44,700 from last year and the lowest number of tags since 1992. Continue Reading