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N.D. muzzleloader season opens Nov. 27, antlerless tags remain

North Dakota's deer gun season ends Sunday, but that doesn't mean an end to hunting opportunities. The state's muzzleloader deer season opens at noon Nov. 27 and continues through Dec. 13.

North Dakota's deer gun season ends Sunday, but that doesn't mean an end to hunting opportunities. The state's muzzleloader deer season opens at noon Nov. 27 and continues through Dec. 13.

Hunters with a lottery muzzleloader license can hunt white-tailed deer statewide.

In addition, hunters who didn't fill any doe tags they purchased after the lottery can go afield with a muzzleloader. These second, third or other concurrent season any-antlerless, antlerless whitetail or antlerless mule deer licenses are valid in the unit to which the license is assigned. Hunters with these licenses must use a muzzleloader and hunt only the species printed on the license.

Doe licenses are still available in units 1, 2C, 2D, 2E, 2K2, 2L, 3D2, 3E1, 3E2, 3F1, 3F2 and 4F for hunters who would like to participate in the muzzleloader season. Hunters must stay in the assigned unit.

To apply for a tag, go to the Game and Fish Department Web site at gf.nd.gov. Residents and nonresidents are eligible to apply. Hunters can purchase licenses throughout the season as long as they are available.

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