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North Dakota pronghorn hunters have 68% success in 2021, Game and Fish says

According to NDGF, 1,457 hunters took 991 pronghorn, consisting of 807 bucks, 159 does and 25 fawns.

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Pronghorn buck.
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BISMARCK – North Dakota pronghorn hunters had a 68% success rate during last fall’s pronghorn season, the North Dakota Game and Fish Department said this week in reporting results from the 2021 hunting season.

Game and Fish issued 1,710 licenses (1,034 lottery and 676 gratis), and 1,457 hunters took 991 pronghorn, consisting of 807 bucks, 159 does and 25 fawns. Each hunter spent an average of three days afield.

The 2022 pronghorn hunting season will be determined in July.

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