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January 12, 2010 The Press Page 9 North Dakota Game and Fish Newsletter Identification Required on Unoccupied Fish Houses Anglers kept off North Dakota lakes last winter because of record snowfall are finding access to frozen waters much easier so far'this year. Robert Timian, enforcement chief for the North Dakota Game and Fish Department, said many anglers are taking advantage of this year's improved travel conditions. "There already has been a flurry of ice fishing activity, especially in the eastern half of the state," Timian said. "With that said, anglers need to be reminded that unoccupied fish houses left on • the ice must be identified." Timian said if a fish house is left unattended, the owner's name, and either address or telephone num- ber, must be displayed on the outside with letters or numbers of at least three inches in height. "Evep though fish houses in North Dakota are not required to be licensed, most people know that iden- tification is required on unoccupied fish houses," Timian said. "But some winter anglers who are using houses for the first time aren't aware of the regula- tion." Any unoccupied fish house left on the ice without having proper identification may be removed by the department, Timian said. "In addition to a citation, the owner may be held responsible for the cost of the removal," he added. Muzzleloader and Sagen Saw Winners Notified in January Deer hunters who participated in the Hunter- Harvested Surveillance program during the 2009 hunting season and were drawn for a muzzleloader or Sagen Saw will be notified by the North Dakota Game and Fish Department in early January. Dr. Dan Grove, wildlife veterinarian, said names for five muzzleloaders and 100 Sagen Saws were randomly drawn. "We are in the process of contact- ing the winners of the muzzleloaders directly, while the winners of the Sagen Saws will be notified by mail," he said. During the 2009 hunting season more than 3,200 deer, elk and moose were sampled for chronic wast- ing disease and bovine tuberculosis Samples will be submitted to labs in Minnesota and Michigan in early January, and results will be returned by spring. Snowmobile Riders Reminded to Stay Clear of Wildlife The North Dakota Game and Fish Department reminds snowmobile enthusiasts to stay clear of wildlife and its habitat so animals do not suffer addi- tional stress. "Running snowmobiles near, through or around winter habitat such as thickets, cattails, and wooded areas may inadvertently scare wintering wildlife, causing them additional stress or injury," said Greg Link, assistant wildlife chief. "Plus, it is illegal. Snowmobiles cannot be used to flush, chase or pur- sue wildlife." Snowmobiles can be used off an established trail while fox or coyote hunting, but chasing a fox or coyote through cover or across an open field on a snowmobile is illegal. Observers witnessing harassment or chasing of wildlife are encouraged to call the Report All Poachers hotline at (800) 472-2121. Riders are encouraged to use snowmobile trails and avoid situations that could disturb wildlife. Information on the North Dakota trail system is available at the Snowmobile North Dakota website at snowmobilend.com. Nonresident Any-Deer Bow Licenses The North Dakota Game and Fish Department will have 1,305 any-deer bow licenses available to nonresidents in 2010. The number of nonresident any-deer bow licens- es available is 15 percent of the previous year's mule deer*gun license allocation. The Game and Fish Department issued 8,700 mule deer licenses in the 2009 deer gun lottery. The department will begin issuing any-deer bow licenses March 1. All applications received on or before March 1, 2010, will be treated equally. If more applications are received than there are licens- es, each application will be assigned a number. Numbers will be drawn to issue the licenses. Applicants who request to apply together as a party will receive one number. Additional numbers will be drawn to establish a waiting list. If returned licenses become available, these applicants will be offered the licenses. If licenses remain after March 1, these will be issued daily on a first-come, first-served basis. Septic pumping & Trouble shooting Septic Installations - new or redone Site work: fill, grade, compact, etc. Excavating • Tree removal • Ditching Culverts .Washouts • Drain Tile Letter Perfect Sign Co. Ann McCann (701) 352-3720 1030 Eastern Ave Grafton, ND SPACE FOR RENT $3.85/WEEK CALL FOR YOUR DEAL TODAYI Park River Veterinary Clinic Hwy 17 West, Park River OPEN Monday-Friday: 8 a.m. to 5:30p.m. Saturday: 8 m. to 12 noon 284-6514 GERARD A. DAnE,' D.V.M. PR First Care Health Center-Tues Jau. 19 'WD 9a.m.to5 p.m. "Complete Hearing Aid Care"  I'Itl'  Walk'ins welcome. For Appt: 1-800-658-3442 .;'t fi lb. h'lU, Lv/T'q/h i[,qo]  mmiiml V. 1 i[4 ;fIT] ?.-m  I mx Life • Cancer Accidental Hospital • Dental Group or Direct Plans Gwen Johnson Avai, a,e Associate 701-331-0827 gwen_johnson@us.aflac.com Mortenson & Rygh, CPA Certified Public Accountants 284-7616 Income Tax, Accounting, & Payroll Services www.mortensonandrygh.com 1203 Park St. East • Park River Greg Bauer Custom Farming Conventional & No Till • Planting • Row Crop ' Cultivating .Fertilizer Application Call 701-351-0167 GRAFTON & PARK RIVER CHIROPRACTIC CLINICS 701-352:0400 701-284-6677 47 WEST 6TH ST 424 BRIGGS AVE S GRAFTON, ND PARK RIVER, ND Dr. Jonathan Jelinek GEORGE'S Barber Shop  _ Tuesday - Saturday 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. CLOSED MONDAYS • Phone: 284-7724 Park River, ND 58270 Lifetime Dental, P.C, 321 Briggs Ave., Ste. 3 Park River 701-284-7777 I Roberta L. Ekman, D.D.S. ] Emb0000dery P/us .. Screenprin .. Quilt Shop Ph 701,352.9553 fax 701.352.9554 Denise and Dennis Sevigny 529 Hill Avenue • Grafton, ND 58237 embplus@polarcomm.com SPACE FOR RENT $3.85/WEEK CALL FOR YOUR DEAL TODAY! I Tracy L. Laaveg Attorney at Law Eye Care, P.C. Park River (701) 284-7330 Grafton (701) 352-1370 Drs. Carter, Helgeson, Carlson www.visionsource.heartlandeyecare.com tLARSON-BENEDA DENTAL Dr. Brian Larson Complete Dental Care Restorative, Cosmetic & Surgical Monday-Friday: 8:00 a.ra. to "5:00 p.m. 701-284-6131 418 Briggs Ave. S. Park River, ND 58270 Dr. Nicholas Beneda BR Plumbing & Heating New Construction • Remodeling • Repairing Call 284-6108 Park River, ND • Master License #0612 i *MID( CLINIC* Mon-Fri ALL MAJOR I Adult/Geriatric Care INSURANCES ACCEPTED I ° Well Child Visit/Immunization HWY 17 I -Women Health Care/Annual Exams 203 PARK STREETW I ,Chronic Disease Nanagement SUlTE B I " DSport Physical • Prenatal Care PARK River, ND Dr. Kristi Midgarden, MD • Amy Suda, FNP-C Harold's 9team Clean Carpet & Upholestry Cleaning FREE Estimates Owner: Harold Myrdal • Water Extraction • Insurance Work • RX-20 • Residential • Commercial • New,Butler System • Rotary Jet Extractor 284-'/459 $31-1056 Oell Park giver d David L. Petersen Ill Attorney Ill 701-352'0570 800 Hill Ave. P.O. Box 636 Grafion, ND 58237 Walsh County Three Rivers Soil Conservation District Karen Cudmore • loleen Swartz Walsh County Service Center Phone: 284-7466 Ext 3 FAX: 284-7238 417 Park St West Suite 1 Park River, ND 58270 Sobolik Co structlon n , Concrete, Remodeling, General Construction 701-331-0906 SPACE FOR RENT $3.85/WEEK CALL FOR YOUR DEAL TODAY! Main Street Compute [[2C Plumbing..& Drain Cleaning I . Residential • Remodeling ] • Commercial • Boilers. • New Construction • Radiant Floor Heat 701-331-1794 • 701-944-2242 Jeff Brodina, Owner * Master License #0601 12286 Hwy 17 • Adams, ND 58210 Askim AUCTION SERVICE "The Auction Company Who Cares!" Ryan Askim 331-0551. Arlyn Askim 284-6881/360.4512 lYe Olde Medicine Center Two Locations to Serve You HwY 17, PARK Rwr 284-7676 or 1-800-226-7676 HwY 18, CAVAUR 265-3332 OR 1-877-265-3332 10% Senior Discounts * FREE Mail Out Service * UPS Service • FREE Blood Pressure Checks *Kodak Kiosk Looking to advertise in our Business Directory?  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