The Report All Poachers program has been in place since 1983 and has proven to be a valuable resource for law enforcement. Learn more about the RAP program and the challenges faced by Department game wardens in this week's webcast.
Rules and regulations have been set for the upcoming furbearer seasons. Find out more in this week's webcast.
It is time to apply for the 2019 Pronghorn lottery (application deadline - Aug. 7). In this week's webcast we'll take a look at how pronghorn populations are doing in the state and what pronghorn hunters can look forward to this season.
Creating and maintaining boat ramps takes considerable effort. Learn more about the process in this week's webcast.
Salmon in the deep waters of Lake Sakakawea begin biting in in July. Catching them during July and August generally requires boats with downriggers, but about mid-September through most of October salmon move into the shallows and can be caught from the shore. Learn more in this week's webcast.
For over 50 years the North Dakota Game and Fish Department has partnered with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to keep North Dakota fishing waters stocked with game fish. Learn more about this unique partnership in this week's webcast.
North Dakota Game and Fish outreach biologist Greg Gullickson talks about the Conservation and Outdoor Skills Park at the 2019 North Dakota State Fair in Minot.
Operation Dry Water is a national campaign to raise awareness of the dangers of boating under the influence. In 2019, Operation Dry Water will run July 5, 6 and 7. Learn more in this week's webcast.
Shooting ranges offer a safe place for skills improvement. North Dakota Game and Fish manages five ranges on wildlife management areas. Find out more in this week's webcast.
Aquatic nuisance species have the potential to cause significant ecological and economic harm in North Dakota. Find out what is being done to limit the spread of these species in the state, and learn more about what you can do to help in this week's webcast.