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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 »»

Talkin' turkey in N.D.

August 11, 2013 The number of turkey licenses available in North Dakota this fall has been reduced by 125 for a total of 4,020. more »»

Ryckmans rule at Four Bears tournament

August 11, 2013 NEW TOWN — Holding your own after Day 1 of a fishing tournament is tough to do. Moving up in the standings on Day 2 is even tougher. more »»

Pierre duo finds solution to Devils Lake

August 11, 2013 DEVILS LAKE — The Pierre, S.D., fishing tandem of Travor Diegel and Paul Steffen hooked their way to a first place finish in the recent Cabela’s Masters Walleye Circuit event held at Devils Lak. more »»

Outdoors briefly

August 11, 2013 Admin rules hearing scheduled The North Dakota Game and Fish Department will hold a public hearing to address proposed new rules and amendments to North Dakota Administrative Code Title 30. more »»

The lure of artificials

August 4, 2013 For as many years as there have been fishermen, the seemingly infinite number of methods of catching fish has been changing. more »»

Deer draw (rude) awakening

August 4, 2013 North Dakota deer hunters received a dose of reality this past week. The annual deer gun draw was held and there were plenty of unsuccessful applicant. more »»

Dickinson duo claims classic

August 4, 2013 BEULAH — The winning team in the Dakota Walleye Classic is no stranger to the leaderboard. Clay Foss and Darnell Arndt of Dickinson captured first place in the July 26-27 event. more »»



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