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Lake Audubon ranks again among nation’s best

May 5, 2013 LAKE AUDUBON — For the second consecutive year the national publication, “Bassmaster” has placed Lake Audubon on the Top 100 list as one of the best bass fishing lakes in the U.S. more »»

Outdoors briefs

May 5, 2013 Fishing Hall of Fame nominees sought The North Dakota Fishing Hall of Fame, located in Garrison, is seeking nominations for potential Hall of Fame inductees. more »»

A winter of survival

April 28, 2013 WESTHOPE — The winter of 2012-13 will be remembered as a stubborn one that came early and refused to leave. more »»

Effects looming from long winter

April 28, 2013 What turned out to be a lengthy winter will, in all likelihood, have an adverse effect on fish and wildlife in several areas of the state. more »»

Incubating northern pike eggs

April 28, 2013 RIVERDALE — This year’s northern pike egg harvest went exceptionally well despite ice covering most of the state’s prime northern pike lakes. more »»

Young South Dakotan wins competition

April 28, 2013 A South Dakota youth, 6-year-old Madison Grimm of Burbank, S.D., captured Best-of-Show in the 2013 Federal Junior Duck Stamp Competition with a stunning oil painting of a lone drake canvasback. more »»

Outdoors briefly

April 28, 2013 NASP State Tournament results More than 360 archers competed in the North Dakota National Archery in the Schools Program state tournament April 12-13 in Bismarck. more »»

Spring means boat preparation

April 21, 2013 GARRISON — Despite visual evidence to the contrary, the open water season will arrive sometime in 2013. more »»

Sportsmen’s issues discussed at well-attended advisory board meeting

April 21, 2013 Recent heavy snowfall received over much of the central portion of the state resulted in the postponement of four Advisory Board Meetings, but not the District 2 meeting which was held at Minot’s... more »»

The biggest fish ever!

April 21, 2013 Admittedly, fishermen like to tip the scales in their favor by a few ounces, or pounds. Usually they do that by holding up their catch at arm’s length toward the camera. more »»

Group gathers to learn about CRP

April 21, 2013 About 25 people interested in learning more about North Dakota’s Conservation Reserve Program attended an informational session at Minot’s Grand International Inn this past Wednesday. more »»

Outdoors briefly

April 21, 2013 YCC summer workers at Audubon NWR Audubon National Wildlife Refuge will be participating in the Youth Conservation Corps program during the spring and summer of 2013. more »»

Heritage Fund signed: Now what?

April 14, 2013 The first attempt at creating a fund to set aside a percentage of North Dakota’s oil and gas production tax dollars for the enhancement and restoration of wildlife habitat ended when it was... more »»

Outdoors briefly

April 14, 2013 Bighorns show record lamb recruitment The North Dakota Game and Fish Department’s annual bighorn sheep survey revealed a minimum of 297 bighorn sheep in western North Dakota. more »»

Taking aim at success

April 7, 2013 Archery is a sport that participants of any age can enjoy. more »»

Refuge tags on agenda

April 7, 2013 Two National Wildlife Refuges are located within North Dakota Game and Fish Department Advisory Board District 2. Both refuges, Upper Souris and . more »»

Go net yourself

April 7, 2013 Sometimes people are so goofy that it becomes downright repulsive. I know the Dam Guardians think they recently did some good, but the reality is that they failed miserably. more »»

Paddlefishing and tubing

April 7, 2013 A bill that would allow paddlefish tags to be issued by lottery has passed both the North Dakota House and Senate. The paddlefish bill passed 88-6 in the House and 47-0 in the Senate. more »»

Headed home

April 7, 2013 more »»

 
 

 

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