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North Dakota Working To Increase Sage Grouse Population
North Dakota Considers Using Oil Revenue For Conservation
Life in North Dakota seems good at the moment. The budget for the state has a $450 million surplus, ...
Conservation Advocates Want To Join Forces With Pheasant Hunters
Recently, conservation advocates gathered to strategize on how they could engage hunters in a broad ...
2013 North Dakota Pheasant Numbers
Spring and Summer Weather Still Have Experts Guessing For North Dakota Pheasants
Reports are out in North Dakota regarding the 2012 pheasant hunting season.The number of pheasant hu...
Pheasant Counts Low In North Dakota for 2013
North Dakota, like much of the plains and the Midwest, had a prolonged winter in 2012-2013. Things r...
Are Young People Still Interested In Hunting?
Is Rain A Good Thing for Dakota Upland Birds?
It seems a little too much of any kind of weather can cause issues.The Dakotas have been getting mor...
North Dakota Hoping To Increase CRP Enrollment In Coming Years
Much of the pheasant habitat in the United States has been under stress the last few years.North Dak...
Likely Hunting and Fishing License Fee Increase for North Dakota in 2013
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October 2011 Sporting Clays Instructor Training / Certification Opportunity
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November 2009 Sporting Clays Shooting Tip
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We've got North Dakota pheasant hunting! GameBirdHunts is your directory for North Dakota hunting preserves:

Pheasant Hunting Opportunties exist throughout North Dakota however, some of the best pheasant hunting is found in the SW part of North Dakota. Sharptail grouse hunting is common in the central, west central part of the state. ND has a lot of open land and plenty of opportunities for the hunter who is willing to work. Ruffed grouse hunting is normally only found in the extreme northern part of North Dakota. The Lewis and Clark Expedition spent more time in North Dakota than any other state.

The explorers were enchanted by this area. Lewis wrote in his journal on May 5, 1805, "The country is as yesterday, beautiful in the extreme." They saw more game enroute from their winter camp at Fort Mandan to where the Yellowstone enters the Missouri River than anywhere else on their journey.

2012 North Dakota Pheasant Hunting Outlook

Hunters experienced a great year in North Dakota last season. Harvest numbers were up from previous years. Hunters were able to bag more birds per hunter and the good weather contributed to more days in the field. It was a great year in 2011 and the signs are pointing to another solid year in store for North Dakota pheasant hunter.

Numbers were actually down in terms of birds from 2010 to 2011. The increase in the days hunters could be in the field is what made it possible for the harvest numbers. Just as with the rest of the country things have been good in North Dakota through the winter and spring. Weather conditions should contribute to an increase in the number of birds in the state this season depending on how the summer drought plays out. The hunting conditions should be at least above average.

North Dakota Pheasant Season Dates: October 13th, 2012 through January 6th, 2013

Daily Bag Limit: 3

Possession Limit: 12

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Neil & Becky Fanta 410 Hwy 3
N Dawson, ND 58428