Ice Safety

Whether you're late-season hunting or early-season ice fishing, being cautious and aware of ice conditions is critical to safely enjoying your favorite winter outdoor activities in North Dakota. Learn more in this week's webcast.

RAP

The Report All Poachers program was started in 1983 as a cooperative effort between the North Dakota Wildlife Federation, North Dakota Game and Fish Department and North Dakota State Radio. It gives citizens a way to easily report game and fish violations. Learn more in this week's webcast.

Salmon Spawning

 

It is the time of year again when salmon in Lake Sakakawea are trying to spawn, but the area does not have naturally flowing streams suitable for spawning. So, how is this popular fishery in Lake Sakakawea maintained? Find out in this week’s webcast.

 

CWD Deer Hunting Surveillance

Chronic wasting disease affects deer, moose and elk. It is 100 percent fatal and has no treatment or vaccine. This disease spreads when sick animals shed prions through urine, feces, and saliva. These prions stay on the landscape and are infectious indefinitely. CWD in known to exist in hunting unit 3F2, and last year, an animal in Canada near the northwest North Dakota border tested positive for CWD. Learn what is being done to help control the spread of CWD in the state and what you can do to help these efforts in this week’s webcast.

Common Violations

Many of North Dakota's fall hunting seasons are in full-swing. In this week's webcast, Chief Game Warden Bob Timian talks about some of the more common hunting violations wardens encounter in the field.