* 1. Should there be a 14" length limit on walleyes on all ND waters?

* 2. Would you support a "No Trespassing" law that if passed in ND would make all private lands automatically posted and landowners would no longer be required to post signs?

* 3. Before the 2016-2017 North Dakota Furbearer Hunting and Trapping Guide was sent to the Governor for signing last August the Game and Fish added the legalization of “night vision equipment, electronically enhanced light gathering optics and thermal imaging equipment” for night hunting coyotes and fox. Had this idea been presented to the public for input through the normal advisory process how would you have advised the Game and Fish Department? (Check all that apply)

* 4. With our ND deer herd at a 30 year low what steps should be considered in adjusting our deer management plan for the greatest benefit (check all that apply)?

* 5. How can USND improve interaction/input between our statewide membership and the Board of Directors?

* 6. Some permanent trails on the National Grasslands in the Western part of the State have been closed to all motorized traffic except for ranching activity and are commonly referred to as "road less areas".  Would you like to see more or less non-motorized blocks of land on the National Grasslands or would you like it to remain as it is?

* 7. Do you think the Corps of Engineers should put forth more of an effort to allow shoreline access by automobile on Lake Sakakawea and Lake Oahe for day use only?

* 8. Currently, crossbows are allowed in the regular bow season under a handicapped permit issued by the Game and Fish with a doctor’s request. A bill being considered is to allow anyone 65 years and older to be allowed to use a crossbow in the archery season. Do you think crossbows should become legal in archer season for those 65 and older?

* 9. The latest new implement on the market is an Air Rifle that shoots arrows (termed an "Air Bow" by manufacturers). Should this new weapon be allowed in our ND Archery season?

* 10. Should trained dogs be allowed to track and help recover wounded big game animals in ND?

* 11. Many states offer reduced prices or free hunting and/or fishing licenses to seniors over 65 years of age. Should ND consider giving our seniors a break? (check all that apply)

* 12. Should there be a limit on the number of big game hunting licenses made available to charitable organizations in ND?

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