North Dakota youth deer hunting season opens FridayBISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — North Dakota youth ages 12 to 15 can take to the field in search of deer later this week.
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — North Dakota youth ages 12 to 15 can take to the field in search of deer later this week.
The 9 ½-day youth deer hunting season starts at noon on Friday. Each youth hunter must be under the direct supervision of an adult while hunting.
Licensed youth ages 12 and 13 can hunt antlerless white-tailed deer statewide. Those 14 and 15 with a "youth season" license can hunt statewide for any deer, except antlerless mule deer in certain units. A special license is needed to hunt antlered mule deer in those units, which can be found on the state Game and Fish Department website at http://www.gf.nd.gov .
North Dakota's main deer season — the gun season — is Nov. 9-25.