Hunter success during last fall's pronghorn hunting season was 73 percent, according to statistics provided by the North Dakota Game and Fish Department. Game and Fish issued 730 licenses (474 lottery and 256 gratis), and 716 hunters took 523 pronghorn, consisting of 482 bucks and 41 does. Each hunter spent an average of 2.2 days [...]

Hunter success during last fall's pronghorn hunting season was 73 percent, according to statistics provided by the North Dakota Game and Fish Department.

Game and Fish issued 730 licenses (474 lottery and 256 gratis), and 716 hunters took 523 pronghorn, consisting of 482 bucks and 41 does. Each hunter spent an average of 2.2 days afield.

The 2017 pronghorn hunting season will be determined in July.