Friday, September 26, 2008

North Dakota Duck Hunting Season is here.

Frankly I am happy that the North Dakota Duck hunting season is finally upon us, starting tomorrow North Dakota Residents will be able to hunting Ducks and Geese. Frankly, I am getting tired of writing on politics. Most people with half a brain know that our nations politicians are a bunch of empty suits that have run this once great country into the ground. Now the American public is going to be on the hook for a trillion plus dollars to bail out the banking and mortgage industry. It is just a band aid on a sucking chest wound.

So now we will cover more positive things like duck hunting; I hope to have pictures up on Sunday or Monday of next week.
From North Dakota Outdoors and beyond --- Opening day for North Dakota residents to hunt ducks, geese, coots and mergansers is Sept. 27. Nonresidents may begin waterfowl hunting in North Dakota Oct. 4.

Resident hunters must possess a general game and habitat license and a fishing, hunting and furbearer certificate. In addition, hunters ages 16 and older must have a small game license and federal duck stamp.

Nonresidents must purchase a nonresident waterfowl license, including the general game and habitat license, and certificate. Hunters age 16 and older must possess a federal duck stamp. Nonresident youth hunters from states that provide a reciprocal licensing agreement for North Dakota residents qualify for North Dakota resident licenses. See the 2008 North Dakota Waterfowl Hunting Guide for details.

All migratory bird hunters are reminded to register with the Harvest Information Program prior to hunting. Hunters who purchase a license through the state Game and Fish Department website (gf.nd.gov) or instant licensing telephone number (800-406-6409) can easily get HIP certified.

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