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three affiliated tribes fish & wildlife division website


 
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CURRENT NEWS

  • Moose & Elk Winners

  • Deer Gun Sales

  • Moose & Elk Raffle

  • Licensing Outreach

  • Youth Deer Season

  • 2018 Fall Turkey

  • Updated Proclamations

  

ABOUT

The TAT Fish and Wildlife Division manages the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation's wildlife by regulating hunting and fishing activities. It does this by issuing licenses and enforcing regulations. The department consists of 11 staff members: the Director, an Administrative Assistant, four Game Wardens, two Biotechs, and three Animal Control Wardens. Click here for contact staff information.

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HUNTING

The Fort Berthold Indian Reservation offers a variety of terrains that allow for excellent wildlife viewing and hunting. Members and Non-members can partake in the numerous game seasons that the TAT Fish & Wildlife Division has to offer. Get your applications, proclamations, maps and more information on purchasing your licenses by clicking here.
 

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FISHING & BOATING

Access to Lake Sakakawea, the third largest man-made lake in the United States is made easy for members and non-members alike by the various recreational access points located throughout the reservation. Fishing licenses for members and boating registration can be purchased through our department. Click here for more information.
 

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contact

The TAT Fish and Wildlife Division manages the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation's wildlife by regulating hunting and fishing activities. It does this by issuing licenses and enforcing regulations. The department consists of 11 staff members: the Director, an Administrative Assistant, four Game Wardens, two Biotechs, and three Animal Control Wardens.