BISMARCK (AP) - North Dakota's Game and Fish Department is working with 18 landowners in 16 hunting units across the state who want to host deer hunters with doe licenses.
The program isn't intended for buck hunters. It's designed to direct hunters with antlerless licenses to specific areas to reduce deer populations.
Interested hunters can get their name on a list of possible participants through the Game and Fish website at www.gf.nd.gov , or by calling the department's main office in Bismarck at (701) 328-6300.
Participating landowners have openings for about 170 doe hunters. Interested hunters must have a valid 2013 deer gun license - the Game and Fish Department does not provide a hunting license with the program.
North Dakota's regular deer gun season runs from Nov. 9-25.