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North Dakota otter trapping season closed immediately, Game and Fish says Monday

The statewide season’s predetermined harvest limit of 25 has been reached.

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North Dakota’s river otter trapping season is closed immediately, the state Game and Fish Department announced Monday, Dec. 20. The statewide season’s predetermined harvest limit of 25 has been reached.

Only North Dakota residents were eligible to participate, with a season limit of one otter per trapper.

The statewide otter trapping season opened Monday, Nov. 22.

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