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More than 7,900 North Dakota deer gun licenses remain after lottery

Resident applicants who were unsuccessful in the lottery can apply online for remaining licenses beginning Tuesday, June 29. The deadline for applying is Wednesday, July 14.

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Whitetail buck. (Photo/ North Dakota Game and Fish Department)
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The North Dakota Game and Fish Department has completed the deer gun lottery, and more than 7,900 licenses remain. Only resident applicants who were unsuccessful in the lottery can apply for remaining licenses.

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More than 79,000 residents applied for a deer gun lottery license, in addition to over 12,400 gratis applicants. The 2021 deer gun proclamation allows for 72,200 deer gun season licenses.
Unsuccessful applicants can apply online for remaining licenses beginning Tuesday, June 29. The deadline for applying is Wednesday, July 14.

Deer gun licenses remaining by unit are as follows:

  • 2H: Any antlerless, 185.

  • 3A1: Any antlerless, 985.

  • 3A2: Any antlerless, 108.

  • 3B1: Antlerless whitetail, 227.

  • 3B2: Antlerless whitetail, 214.

  • 3B2: Antlerless mule deer, 146.

  • 3B3: Antlerless whitetail, 636.

  • 3C: Antlerless whitetail, 581.

  • 3D1: Any antlerless, 58.

  • 3D1: Antlerless whitetail, 138.

  • 3D2: Any antlerless, 39.

  • 3D2: Antlerless whitetail, 185.

  • 3E1: Antlerless whitetail, 234.

  • 3E2: Any antlerless, 69.

  • 3E2: Antlerless whitetail, 201.

  • 3F1: Any antlerless, 162.

  • 3F1: Antlered whitetail, 34.

  • 3F1: Antlerless whitetail, 403.

  • 3F2: Any antlerless, 1,124.

  • 3F2: Antlered whitetail, 180.

  • 3F2: Antlerless whitetail, 796.

  • 4A: Antlerless whitetail, 99.

  • 4B: Antlerless whitetail, 146.

  • 4C: Antlerless whitetail, 111.

  • 4D: Antlerless whitetail, 137.

  • 4E: Antlerless whitetail, 126.

  • 4F: Antlerless whitetail, 365.

  • 4F: Antlerless mule deer, 217.

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North Dakota’s deer gun season opens at noon Friday, Nov. 5, and continues through Sunday, Nov. 21. More info: gf.nd.gov.

– Herald staff report

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Brad Dokken joined the Herald company in November 1985 as a copy editor for Agweek magazine and has been the Grand Forks Herald's outdoors editor since 1998.

Besides his role as an outdoors writer, Dokken has an extensive background in northwest Minnesota and Canadian border issues and provides occasional coverage on those topics.

Reach him at bdokken@gfherald.com, by phone at (701) 780-1148 or on Twitter at @gfhoutdoor.
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