Associated Press, Published September 05 2010
North Dakota landowners seek doe huntersBISMARCK - The North Dakota Game and Fish Department is working to match landowners with deer hunters.
Big game biologist Bill Jensen says he expects the agency over the next several months to match more than 500 antlerless deer hunters with about 40 landowners.
Jensen says the program is aimed at reducing problem doe. He says it's not intended for buck hunters.
Game and Fish first started working with landowners in 2006. Jensen says the program has proven successful.
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