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More than 3,000 doe hunting licenses remain in North Dakota

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More than 3,000 doe licenses remain after North Dakota’s deer gun license lottery.

BISMARCK, N.D. — More than 3,000 doe licenses remain after North Dakota’s deer gun license lottery.

The state Game and Fish Department says applicants who were unsuccessful in the first lottery can apply for remaining licenses beginning July 11. The deadline for applying is Aug. 8.

The first lottery application process had more than 113,000 applicants, with only about 55,000 being successful. Results are available on the Game and Fish website.

The agency says the lottery drawing was held more than a month earlier than in previous years, thanks to the move to an all-online application process.

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