North Dakota hunters, listen up: antlerless deer licenses go on sale tomorrow morning. Hunters who purchase this tag can use it during archery season with a bow, during rifle season with a bow, rifle or muzzleloader or muzzleloader season with, you guessed it, a muzzleloader, according to the Grand Forks Herald.
The only caveat to the concurrent antlerless deer licenses is that you can only hunt the type of antlerless deer printed on the license and you have to stay in the assigned unit. Unless you’re under 14 years old and then you’ll have to stick to archery only with your concurrent season tag.
However, there isn’t a limit to the number on concurrent season antlerless licenses you can buy in units where tags are still available. There will be 3,419 licenses available Wednesday morning: 1,185 any antlerless; 2,111 antlerless whitetail deer and 123 antlerless mule deer.
Check out the available units right here.