Hunter success during last fall’s pronghorn season was 74%, according to the North Dakota Game and Fish Department.
The agency issued 1,324 licenses, and 1,167 hunters took 859 pronghorn -- 786 bucks, 59 does and 14 fawns. Each hunter spent an average of 2.7 days afield.
This year's pronghorn hunting season will be determined in July.
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