• North Dakota Big Game Species

    - BIG GAME SPECIES:
    Deer
    Elk
    Moose
    Pronghorn Antelope
    Bighorn Sheep

    - SMALL GAME SPECIES:
    Furbearer

    - BIRDS:
    Turkey
    Waterfowl
    Pheasant
    Grouse
    Dove
    Woodcock
    Snipe
    Crow
    Sandhill Crane
    Crane
    Upland Game Birds

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  • Important Links

    https://www.fws.gov/visit-us

  • North Dakota State Wildlife Office

    North Dakota Game and Fish
    https://gf.nd.gov/hunting
    100 N Mismarck Exressway
    Bismarck, ND 58501-5095

    701-328-6300
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  • North Dakota Hunting Information

    Residents 16 years of age and older are required to apply for and obtain a hunting license to legally hunt in the state of North Dakota.
    Members of the military on duty or on leave may be eligible for a resident hunting license by application.
    Non-residents 16 years of age and older are required to apply for and obtain a hunting license to legally hunt in the state of North Dakota.
    Residency requires an individual to have resided within the state of North Dakota or maintained a legal residence in North Dakota for at least 6 months immediately preceding applying for and obtaining a hunting license. That individual may not claim residency in any other state.
    Individuals may petition for a waiver of residency if they have a bona fide intention of becoming a North Dakota Resident.
    A resident must pay an annual fishing, hunting, furbearer certificate required annual fee of $1.
    A resident must pay an annual general game and habitat license fee of $20.
    A resident must pay an annual small game hunting license fee of $10.
    Residents are required to obtain additional licenses, permits or stamps to hunt deer, pronghorn, moose, elk, bighorn sheep, Canada goose, wild turkey, sandhill crane, swan, furbearer animals, and waterfowl.
    A non-resident must pay an annual fishing, hunting, furbearer certificate required annual fee of $2.
    A non-resident must pay an annual general game and habitat license fee of $20.
    A non-resident must pay a small game hunting license fee of $100.
    Non-residents are required to obtain additional licenses, permits or stamps to hunt deer, pronghorn, moose, elk, bighorn sheep, Canada goose, wild turkey, sandhill crane, swan, furbearer animals, and waterfowl.
    Residents and non-residents must apply for special licenses by lottery to hunt deer (gun), moose, elk, bighorn sheep, tundra swan and wild turkey.

    "Hunting Laws by State" FindLaw, https://www.findlaw.com/state/state-fish-and-game-laws/hunting-laws-by-state-findlaw.html. Accessed July 15, 2022.

Military, Veterans, Seniors, Disabled, and Children receive significant discounts from liscenses and other fees. Check out North Dakota State Wildlife website for a full breakdown.

2022 Fees

Yearly and Seasonal Base License:

Ownership of a North Dakota hunting lisence may or may not be required to apply, purchase, or earn points for game tags.

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BIG GAME Tag Application Fees

Application fees are non-refundable. The State of North Dakota uses these funds to support wildlife conservation.

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BIG GAME Tags

TAG FEES paid at the time of issuance (if selected):

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*Prices may vary. Please check the North Dakota State Wildlife website for the most up to date information.

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