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A harrowing experience

March 2, 2014 “God was looking after us, I’ll tell you that,” said an emotional Chad Tweeten, 43, Washburn. more »»

The hunt is on for a solution to deer problem

March 2, 2014 The Game and Fish Department completed a series of eight public meetings this past week for the purpose of obtaining input from sportsmen regarding deer hunting. more »»

Outdoors briefly

March 2, 2014 Association holding Winter on the Northern Plains The Northeastern North Dakota Heritage Association is featuring “Winter on the Northern Plains” to give visitors at Icelandic State Park an idea of... more »»

Outlook on deer situation remains bleak

February 23, 2014 ANAMOOSE — What is to become of the deer season and how will future deer licenses be allocated? Those were questions very much on the minds of sportsmen attending a deer management meeting conducted... more »»

Shasta trout, chinook salmon thriving at hatchery

February 23, 2014 RIVERDALE — Fish that thrive best in cold water, trout and salmon, can be found in abundance at the Garrison Dam National Fish Hatchery. more »»

Man vs. Beast narrowly ends in the author’s favor

February 23, 2014 I have great respect for treble hooks and their uncanny ability to become hopelessly lodged in human flesh, usually mine. more »»

Outdoors briefly

February 23, 2014 Proposed spring skeet league The Minot Gun Club is exploring the possibility of a conducting a spring skeet league that would begin in March and end in April. Teams would consist of three shooters. more »»

An extravaganza on ice

February 16, 2014 COLEHARBOR — It lasted only four hours, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., but the event sponsored by the Bis-Man Reel and Rec Association lived up to its billing as an “Ice Fishing Extravaganza. more »»

Any path to the United States

February 16, 2014 A recent fishing trip to the Florida Keys included a dose of reality in the form of a homemade boat that had washed ashore several weeks earlier. more »»

Junior shooter wins state, sectional competitions

February 16, 2014 Joseph Martin captured two championships at the Minot Rifle and Pistol Club Indoor Range Feb. 8-9. Martin won the North Dakota State Junior 3-Position shoot Feb. more »»

Game Wardens Association to award scholarship

February 16, 2014 The North Dakota Game Wardens Association has a $300 scholarship available for a graduating high school senior entering college in fall 2014 who enrolls in fisheries or wildlife management with an... more »»

Five days on the flats

February 9, 2014 KEY LARGO, FLORIDA—A fast-moving flash a few feet from the boat announced the presence of a shark, perhaps 5 feet or more in length. more »»

Outdoors briefly

February 9, 2014 Sweetheart Ski at Turtle River State Park Turtle River State Park will be hosting a Sweetheart Ski, Friday from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. more »»

BOWing over the darkhouse

February 2, 2014 The ladies learned the tricks of the trident despite less-than-ideal conditions for the Becoming An Outdoors Woman darkhouse spearfishing workshop held at the Upper Souris National Wildlife Refuge... more »»

Duck hunter achieves 14-year goal

February 2, 2014 WILLISTON — The goal was as extraordinary to obtain as it was difficult to explain, but that didn’t deter John Seil of Williston. more »»

Youth shooters eye Junior Olympics

February 2, 2014 Outstanding performances at the shooting line vaulted several youthful competitors to national qualifying events for the U.S. Junior Olympic team. more »»

 
 

 

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