Shotguns are cleaned, shells bought, and the truck is fueled up;

as MANY gear-up for this coming Pheasant Season!

(PS... Opens Saturday, October 8th!)

With so many hunting seasons and fall activities, here's a quick recap, or beware...

These are laws that everyone needs to know and heed.

Sometimes it's easy to forget when heading to the outdoors whether it's camping, hiking, fishing, or hunting...

There are laws in place to preserve North Dakota's natural habitat,

making for a fair game scenario as well as protecting our landowner rights.

The North Dakota Game and Fish have listed the following laws,

Posting and Tresspass:

Posted & Trespassing Laws To Know

Be excited about the upcoming hunting season, but know the laws first.

The laws set forth by the state of North Dakota are not to cause you frustration.

But instead...

Are to create a positive environment for all hunting participants

and encourage an environment that is sustainable.

Often one hears stories painting either the hunter or the landowner in an unfavorable manner, these laws are mentioned to ward off any misunderstandings.

When heading into the outdoors or taking up any new hobby, or skill;

learn all you can first about if there are laws first.

Of course, hobbies like bowling or racquetball are not going to land you in jail. However not learning laws that protect wildlife or property are easy ways to find oneself in hot water, a costly fine, or may even lead to imprisonment.


STAY INFORMED! Every year, Take the Time!

The best advice one can offer is to stay informed. Plan trips accordingly and ahead of time. Take the time to understand the state bi-laws and know what is meant by "Posted" land before heading to the field hunting or hiking this fall!

We wish you the best and most of all MANY memorable moments.

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