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Parks prepare for summer

March 27, 2016 GARRISON – Fort Stevenson State Park is gearing up for another busy summer. more »»

Less salmon for 2016 release

March 27, 2016 RIVERDALE – During last fall’s salmon spawning run North Dakota Game and Fish biologists encountered less fish than anticipated. As a result, they captured fewer female salmon than expected. more »»

A mixed migration

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A most remarkable treasure

March 20, 2016 WATFORD CITY – The landscape is magnificent beyond a person’s ability to describe adequately. Every description somehow fails to deliver what the eyes see and the senses feel. more »»

Retriever Club seeks improvements

March 20, 2016 BURLINGTON – You can’t properly teach a dog how to retrieve in water if you don’t have water. That’s the situation facing the Minot Retriever Club. Fortunately, a solution is in the works. more »»

Sunshine and largemouth bass

March 13, 2016 CENTER – Largemouth bass can certainly be a draw, but warm weather and sunshine is the ideal lure to encourage people to get outdoors. more »»

Refuge Friends form, seek members

March 13, 2016 FOXHOLM – If you wish to get a first-hand look at a National Wildlife Refuge and participate in refuge activities for the benefit of others, the Friends of the Souris Loop Refuges is an organization... more »»

Helping mule deer recover

March 13, 2016 Mule deer continue to rebound in North Dakota and the Mule Deer Foundation is doing their part. more »»

Freshwater Hall-of-Fame inducts North Dakotan

March 6, 2016 He was inducted into the first class of the North Dakota Fishing Hall-of-Fame in 1981 and now he is the recipient of a prestigious national honor. more »»

A perfect day

March 6, 2016 A crazy warm winter across North Dakota has led to some of the most agreeable ice fishing days in memory. more »»

Minot Gun Club sets sights on opening day

March 6, 2016 The first clay pigeons of the season will be thrown from traphouses at the Minot Gun Club April 10. That’s the day set for the beginning of the shooting season at the local facility. more »»

A reel fishing club

February 28, 2016 COLEHARBOR – They’ve been in existence for a long, long time. They must be doing something right. The Bis-Man Reel & Rec club was formed in 1980. Today the organization boasts about 700 member. more »»

Lions on my mind

February 28, 2016 North Dakota has mountain lions. Zimbabwe has African lions. Both are in the news lately. more »»

Record year for wintering geese

February 21, 2016 Wild geese have been taking advantage of one of the mildest winters ever experienced in North Dakota. more »»

Longbeards leading the way in the region

February 21, 2016 Minot’s Souris River Basin Longbeards continue to be one of the leading sportsman’s organizations in a region with an abundance of wildlife related clubs. more »»

On thin ice

February 14, 2016 The responsibility in determining whether or not ice is of adequate thickness and strength to support a person or vehicle lies with the individual venturing onto the ice. more »»

Ice safety in an odd winter

February 14, 2016 What has been happening on lakes throughout the state this winter is certainly different from anything encountered in recent memory. more »»

Fishing for a cause

February 7, 2016 DEVILS LAKE – People noticed that the weather was ideal for ice fishing out in the open, 30 degrees-plus and very light win. more »»

Director discusses Game & Fish issues

February 7, 2016 EDITOR’S NOTE – North Dakota Game & Fish Department Director Terry Steinwand was in Minot this past week and took a few moments to visit with Kim Fundingsland of the Minot Daily News. more »»

Self-defense scenarios

January 31, 2016 You are seated at a table in your home when you hear an intruder entering. The lights are suddenly turned off. more »»

 
 

 

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