Bismarck, N.D. (AP) Nearly 6,000 hunters applied for one of the 250 pronghorn licenses available in North Dakota this year. The State Game and Fish Department recently held the pronghorn license lottery. Results are available at the agency's website. Unsuccessful applicants who submitted their application online or through the Department's toll-free licensing number will receive a refund back to their credit card. Hunters who submitted paper applications will receive a refund check. North Dakota is having a limited pronghorn hunting season this fall for the first time since 2009. The season is open only in unit 4-a, the far southwestern corner of the state. The season is split into an early ``bow-only'' portion August 29th to September 28th and a later gun/bow season October 3rd through 19th.