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Chase Lake Wetland Management District - Woodworth, North Dakota


Hunting is available on Waterfowl Production Areas in accordance with State hunting regulations and Special Refuge Regulations. Waterfowl hunting is very popular in the District. Giant Canada geese, mallard, pintail, teal, gadwall, shoveler and redhead are common local nesting birds. Fall migrations bring other species of waterfowl which do not nest locally.

Upland game birds commonly hunted are pheasants, sharptail grouse, and Hungarian or gray partridge. Whitetail deer are common throughout the District and hunters enjoy a very high success rate. Nontoxic shot is required on all WPA's for upland bird hunting.

Contact District headquarters for further information on Waterfowl Production Areas. License information is available through the North Dakota Game and Fish Department link on the Links page. Information on lodging in the communities within the District is available in the North Dakota Department of Tourism link on the Links page.

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