Snowy conditions may delay some hunters
With winter storms hitting much of North Dakota as the state's annual deer hunting season begins, Roger Johnson has some advice for an expected 150,000 anxious hunters.
"There is still plenty of time to get a deer," said Johnson, big game management supervisor for the North Dakota Game and Fish Department. "They don't have to get it all done in the first day."
North Dakota's deer season, an annual rite since 1931 when 2,061 licenses were sold, opens today at noon.
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