Grants support high school trap league
Local clubs or communities interested in receiving a grant to support their high school trap shooting team must have the application in before April 1. Existing teams that have received a grant in the past are not eligible.
“Game and Fish offers a grant option of up to $1,000 to teams that have never received a grant,” North Dakota Game and Fish Department education section leader Marty Egeland said. “Funds can be used to purchase gear needed for the team, such as eye and hearing protection, vests, shell bags and magnetic barrel rests.”
Interested applicants can print the high school trap league grant application online at the Game and Fish website, gf.nd.gov.
For more information, contact Egeland at 328-6612 or email email@example.com.
Darkhouse spearfishers must register
All individuals, regardless of age, who participate in darkhouse spearfishing are reminded to register with the North Dakota Game and Fish Department prior to participating.
Free registration is available at the Game and Fish website, gf.nd.gov, or through any Game and Fish Department office.
North Dakota’s darkhouse spearfishing season closes March 15. Legal fish are northern pike and nongame species.
Spearers must have a valid fishing license, except for those younger than the age of 16.
-- Compiled from press releases and staff reports