From the North Dakota Game and Fish Department - Bighorn Sheep, Elk and Moose Seasons Set
Bismark, North Dakota -
North Dakota’s 2014 bighorn sheep, elk and moose proclamation is finalized and most season information is the same as last year.
The bighorn sheep season will have five licenses available, one more than last year. Licenses in Unit B1 increased from one to two due to skewed male-female ratios caused by declining numbers of females. Unit B2, which was created to prevent overharvest of Sully Creek rams, has been immersed into B1 due to low numbers in the area.
Similar to last year, collared rams may not be harvested in Unit B3. The season length has been extended to two months, and the new opening date corresponds with the peak of the rut to improve prospects of finding mature rams.
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