Even though the odds of drawing a moose, elk, or bighorn sheep license in North Dakota are not high, you can’t get one if you don’t apply.Year in and year out, I field many calls and emails from prospective hunters about how they might improve those odds, such as applying for a cow license vs. a bull or “any,” license in a particular unit. This information from the previous year is also available on the state Game and Fish website at gf.nd.gov when applying for a moose, elk or sheep license.Regardless of the odds, I try to make sure that interested hunters are aware of the time and resources that are usually necessary for a successful hunt.Too often, I hear stories about people whose thrill of beating the odds and receiving one of these once-in-a-lifetime licenses turned to disappointment the following fall when the effort required for success was more than they expected.Many hunters tend to equate these special big game hunts with deer hunting, because that’s what we know. With the exception of some landowners who live within certain moose and elk units, these licenses are once-in-a-llifetime. We don’t get to go the first time, learn on the go,… Read full this story
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