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SCATT effective teaching tool for beginners to Olympians

September 15, 2013 SCATT is a simulated shooting system designed to train beginners through Olympic and professional shooters. The Minot Rifle and Pistol Club set up SCATT during the recent KX Outdoor Sports Show. more »»

Outdoors briefly

September 15, 2013 G&F summarizes pheasant data North Dakota’s roadside pheasant survey conducted in late July and August indicates total birds, number of broods and average brood size are all down statewide from 201. more »»

Impact on the uplands

September 8, 2013 STANLEY — A large share of North Dakota’s prime upland game habitat has seen significant changes in the past many months. more »»

Outdoor Festival fun

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Outdoors briefly

September 8, 2013 Borrow a naturalist program Ever wondered just what the weedy plants blooming in the late summer are and if they’re responsible for your allergies, or where the best hiking spots are in the park, o... more »»

State parks seeing record numbers

September 1, 2013 GARRISON — The season got off to a slow start, but it has certainly made every effort to make up for it. more »»

Riverdale range improved

September 1, 2013 RIVERDALE — It gets a lot of use and was in need of an upgrade. Mission accomplished. Improvements to the Riverdale shooting range were completed this past July. The range has been busy ever since. more »»

Upland survey trending low

September 1, 2013 Final survey numbers will not be compiled until the second week of September, but early indications from observers in the field are that upland game birds may not have fared very well this past... more »»

Cuts may be deadly

September 1, 2013 It is no government secret that budget woes will have to be addressed in serious fashion in the weeks and months ahead. more »»

Bass Bandits race remains tight

September 1, 2013 By KIM FUNDINGSLAND Staff Writer kfundingsland @minotdailynews. more »»

Outdoors briefly

September 1, 2013 No paddlefish tag lottery in 2014 The North Dakota Game and Fish Department has decided to wait at least a year before developing a lottery to issue tags for the paddlefish snagging season. more »»

Skeet shooting interest rises

August 25, 2013 Skeet shooting has experienced highs and low in past years at the Minot Gun Club. This year the swing is on the way up as an increased number of shotgunners have shown interest in skeet. more »»

Tailrace Road project continues

August 25, 2013 Fishermen have not been able to access the high wingwalls below Garrison Dam this summer. more »»

Trout pond renovation delayed

August 25, 2013 Renovation and reconstruction of a once popular fishing pond has been temporarily delayed. The pond is located adjacent to the Downstream Campground below Garrison Dam. more »»

Outdoors briefs

August 23, 2013 Duck brood index down from last year North Dakota’s 2013 fall duck flight is expected to be down significantly from last year, but still similar to the good fall flights of 2007-11. more »»

Reflections on the Badlands

August 18, 2013 WATFORD CITY — The North Unit of Theodore Roosevelt National Park has long played the role of “little brother” to the park’s much larger South Unit. more »»

The cure for a cranky dilemma

August 18, 2013 A Bismarck man grew weary of tangled hooks in his tackle boxes. more »»

Outdoors briefly

August 18, 2013 2012 deer bow statistics North Dakota bowhunters compiled what is likely a record archery deer harvest during the 2012 season, according to statistics recently released by the State Game and Fish... more »»



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