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Moose in the open

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Outdoors briefly

November 17, 2013 Some refuges open to game Hunters are reminded that several North Dakota national wildlife refuges open to late-season upland game bird hunting the day after the deer gun season closes. more »»

Rimfire at the range

November 10, 2013 They don’t kick or leave shoulders black and blue. They’re not loud and are highly accurate. Ammunition is affordable too. Enthusiasts agree, shooting .22 rimfire is enjoyable and fun. more »»

Forming an Ice Affliction

November 10, 2013 A new ice fishing club based in Minot hopes to provide avid ice fishermen with another way to enjoy their sport. A series of ice fishing tournaments has been scheduled. more »»

Study reveals refuge benefits

November 10, 2013 A recent study conducted for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service shows a positive economic impact on area communities by several National Wildlife Refuges. Included in the most recent study is J. more »»

Missing the bird numbers of old

November 10, 2013 It hasn’t been the best of seasons for many pheasant hunters. more »»

Outdoors briefly

November 10, 2013 State park hosts wheelchair hunt PICK CITY — Lake Sakakawea State Park is holding the 12th annual Wheelchair Hunt Nov. 16-17, said park manager John Tunge. more »»

Salmon to hatch soon

November 3, 2013 RIVERDALE — Tiny eyes can be seen inside the first salmon eggs gathered by North Dakota Game and Fish Department biologists this fall. more »»

‘Teddy Bear of owls’

November 3, 2013 MEDORA — They rank as one of the smallest owls in North America. About the size of a robin, northern saw-whet owls can be found in North Dakota. more »»

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November 3, 2013 Hanson named to advisory board Governor Jack Dalrymple has appointed Duane Hanson of West Fargo to the North Dakota Game and Fish Department’s advisory board. more »»

New fish, new fisheries

October 27, 2013 Make no mistake, there’s more water on the landscape today in many areas of North Dakota than anyone can remember. Statistics confirm what observers suspect too. more »»

Putrid pooch possession proves problematic

October 27, 2013 Every so often in a man’s life, no matter how stubborn he may be, he comes to the stark realization that enough is enoug. more »»

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October 27, 2013 SAH accepting deer, goose meat North Dakota’s Sportsmen Against Hunger Program is again accepting donations of deer at select processors across the state. more »»

Falling for pheasants

October 20, 2013 TURTLE LAKE — Pheasant season may mean different things to different people, but there’s no doubt hunting the large birds is the reason thousands of hunters enter the fields of North Dakota each... more »»

Capturing the essence of the hunt

October 20, 2013 We are in the midst of North Dakota’s hunting season. While thousands of sportsmen and women go hunting, they do so for many more reasons than pulling a trigger and filling a game bag. I know I d. more »»

Outdoors briefly

October 20, 2013 Permission to hunt unharvested crops Wet conditions over the past two weeks have delayed the fall harvest of row crops. more »»

Encouraging young hunters

October 13, 2013 Not even the combination of brisk winds and cool temperatures could keep young and enthusiastic pheasant hunters out of the field last weekend. more »»

Water all over the landscape

October 13, 2013 Is it wet in the Minot region? You bet it i. more »»

Outdoors briefly

October 13, 2013 Motorists being warned to watch carefully for deer Motorists are reminded to watch for deer along roadways, especially this time of year, because juvenile animals are dispersing from their home... more »»

Sakakawea bass classic

October 6, 2013 PICK CITY — They are an exciting fish to catch. more »»



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