Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Game & Fish Department

The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, Game and Fish Department welcomes visitors who wish to hunt and fish on the Standing Rock Sioux Nation. The Nation covers approximately 1.6 million acres and is located in the states of North Dakota and South Dakota. Hunters who desire to hunt on tribal land will need a hunting license issued by the Tribe.

There might be confusion about the laws of our Tribe, but we want to make it clear about tribal law. If you wish to hunt on tribal land, you will need a Tribal License. Regardless of what you are told by state authorities, the Tribe has authority over who hunts on tribal land.

 

2022 Tribal and Non-Tribal Upland Bird, Waterfowl, and Fall Turkey Licenses are now available for the 2022 Season.  These licenes are available online or by calling the Game and Fish Office at 701-854-7236.  Check here for Season Dates and Fees for Pheasant, Grouse/Partirdge, Fall Turkey and Fall Geese.

COVID-19 VIRUS 

When hunting, fishing, or traveling on the Standing Rock Reservation it is required that all persons follow the Corona Virus guidelines for America.  For additional information on Corona Virus statistics for North Dakota (Sioux County) and South Dakota (Corson County) follow these links.

Check this website often for additional updates and stay safe.

 

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