North Dakota anti-hunting bait ban

The anti-hunting forces are back at it again! This time, our hunting brothers and sisters in North Dakota need our help.

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department has moved to implement a completely over-the-top baiting ban in the state. Under these new restrictions, hunting land located along the Red River between Grand Forks and south of Fargo would be impacted. Worse yet – this ban even prohibits the use of scents!!

We can’t let them get their way this time!

Game & Fish department at 701-328-6300 or fill out a form telling them to reverse their ban on bait

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  1. Andy Elliott on November 24, 2022 at 6:26 pm

    Unethical and immoral laws and we will not comply! period! It’s not up for debate! We the people are gonna combat against these wrong doings!! Shame on your non science based theories North Dakota Game and Fish Department! If we knew we were killing our renewable resources don’t you think we would take the action ourselves and protect what we fight so hard to keep you num skulls! Governor Doug Burgum of ND we are speaking so listen to “We The People” not some beaker holding goon that couldn’t tell you how to manage anything other that the lies they wanna push down out throats! We are not sitting back and accepting this!!! We demand answers and change and this is what we are going to get! The Nd state game and fish tells us We can feed wildlife to watch but we can’t feed and hunt over it! Better stop the annal harvest all together then! Which you can’t and never will! Watch out spilled corn will attract game! We will not comply with those completely torn laws that has holes so deep within them you loose your footing to stand! This is American and United we stand! ✊👊🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸Hunter .. we are fighting back!

    • John on May 13, 2023 at 7:44 am

      I live in Arkansas. We can bait anywhere but public land. Sounds like the woke socialist are infiltrating g&f agencies all over. I will not comply if they try it here.

    • Clobber Snoggin on July 5, 2023 at 12:57 am

      I live in Florida but i am on your side to stop these over-reaching government idiots. If it weren’t for hunters, most species would already be extinct.

    • Marcus Loring de la Houssaye on July 9, 2023 at 6:22 am

      15 years ago, the use of dogs to track wounded deer was illegal in most states, although local hunting regulations state that we must use every means possible to recover dead or wounded deer.

      Today the fastest growing working dog community is the blood trail dog business.

      15 years ago, game wardens told me they estimated 50% of deer shot were not recovered. And I didn’t believe them until I started tracking professionally.

      Today, blood trail dogs are great family pets, and hard working tracking dogs putting wounded deer out of their misery & meat on the table during deer season!

      Like blood trail dogs, baiting wildlife is beneficial to the hunter & wildlife at large.

      But leave it to bunny hugging politics and we we will only be able to shoot wildlife with a camera!

      Baiting not only allows the hunter to bring deer in for a clean, lethal shot, it feeds wildlife, especially birds, 24/7 especially during hard winters.🥶

      Putting wild meat & fish on the table in America is our heritage and a right guaranteed in the constitution.

      And what is going to happen after the supply chain fails to deliver? I’m guessing backyard gardening and hunting & fishing.

      We the people are the lawful government authority of America and ironically we need to start acting like it!

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