While it seems almost impossible to believe right now, winter will soon be loosening its grip, and the ice fishing season will give way to open water fishing. So how has the ice fishing season this year shaped up? Find out in this week's webcast. And remember, as spring moves in there are some late season considerations to keep in mind when ice fishing, including the requirement to remove permanent ice houses from lakes daily from March 15 on.
Find out how this year's mid-winter waterfowl survey went in this week's webcast.
Applications for the 2019 spring turkey season are now available online (application deadline - Feb. 13). Find out how this spring's season is shaping up in this week's webcast.
January through May is the peak time for hunter education classes which are offered across the state. If you are interested in taking a hunter education class, required to hunt in North Dakota for anyone born after 1961, find out how in this week's webcast
Take a look back at the 2018 hunting seasons in this week's webcast with Wildlife Division Chief Jeb Williams.
Take a look back at 2018 and ahead to 2019 in this week's webcast with Game and Fish director Terry Steinwand.
This week’s webcast is the second in our 2018 two-part ice fishing preview series. This week’s segment covers the south central, southwest and northwest fisheries districts and the Missouri River.
This week’s webcast is the first in a two-part ice fishing preview series. This week’s segment covers Devils Lake and the north central, northeast and southeast fishing districts. Find out where the best lakes for walleye, pike, yellow perch and more.
Find out how the North Dakota furbearer seasons are progressing in this week’s webcast with furbearer biologist Stephanie Tucker.
With winter comes ice fishing season. Did you know that ice fishing makes up about ¼ of the fishing effort in North Dakota? And, while most of the regulations are similar to those for open-water fishing, there are a few differences. Find out more in this week’s webcast.