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Williston club hosts trials

June 9, 2013 WILLISTON — Two bird dog trials were hosted by Williston’s Badlands Bird Dog Club last month. The club assisted with a National Shoot to Retrieve trial May 11-12 and hosted their annual N.D. more »»

Outdoors briefly

June 9, 2013 State record fish is a saugeye Lab results confirm that Dan Faiman of Fairview, Mont., has set a new North Dakota state record for saugeye. Faiman caught the 12-pound, record fish on Ja. more »»

Topwater is top fun

June 2, 2013 It is rated by many as the most exciting fishing possible. It’s topwater lures. more »»

Outdoors briefly

June 2, 2013 Audubon Center open weekends COLEHARBOR — Audubon National Wildlife Refuge is extending visitation hours, and invites the public to enjoy the visitor center, situated on the south side of Lake... more »»

‘Tis the season to be stocking

May 26, 2013 A late arrival of spring, accompanied by record-setting late ice out, has caused problems for fisheries crews in several states. North Dakota’s lake ice melted about a month later than expecte. more »»

New fishing club started in Minot

May 26, 2013 A new fishing club has formed in Minot and is seeking members. Chris Augustin is the person who has led the formation of the new club. more »»

Busy boat ramp season ahead

May 26, 2013 North Dakota’s boating season is upon us — finally. I hope we get enough nice weather to make up for the late spring. more »»

Buffalo Lodge memorial tourney successful

May 26, 2013 SURREY — The 7th annual Shane Shipman Memorial fishing tournament was held May 18 at Buffalo Lodge Lake near Granville. A full field of 30 teams participated in the event. more »»

Outdoors briefly

May 26, 2013 Special fishing day at Upper Souris NWR The Upper Souris National Wildlife Refuge, in cooperation with the North Dakota Game & Fish Department and local volunteers, will sponsor a fishing day for... more »»

A rush for walleye eggs

May 19, 2013 This year has been a very unusual one for North Dakota lakes. Evidence was plentiful throughout the state. more »»

Darling derby not a dandy

May 19, 2013 FOXHOLM — Brutal fishing conditions proved too much to overcome for the region’s best anglers. more »»

Behold — the lovely wood tick

May 19, 2013 Ah! It is that time of year again. more »»

Outdoors briefly

May 19, 2013 Free nat’l parks for vets, military Veterans, military personnel admitted to state parks free on Memorial Day In honor of the U.. more »»

Shotgunners on the swing

May 12, 2013 The Minot Gun Club is anticipating another busy shooting season. Based on early response, it could be a very, very busy season. more »»

Fewer deer licenses this fall

May 12, 2013 The North Dakota Game and Fish Department has announced that regulations for this fall’s deer gun season have been set. more »»

Finally! A chance to get back on the water

May 12, 2013 BEULAH — Finally! A chance to put a boat in the water on Lake Sakakawea. more »»

Outdoors briefly

May 12, 2013 Boat North Dakota course Children ages 12-15 who want to operate a boat or personal watercraft this summer must take the state’s boating basics course. more »»

The Lake Darling dilemma

May 5, 2013 So much for the boat fishing opener at Lake Darling. The lake was still frozen this past Wednesday. The boat ramps remained snow and ice covered — those you could get to anyway. One ramp, Landing N. more »»

Ethanol and outboards

May 5, 2013 Regular gasoline is no longer available at retailers’ pumps throughout North Dakota. All pump gasoline, with the exception of premium blends, now contains at least 10 percent ethanol. more »»

Please cut it out with the shoreline trash!

May 5, 2013 The recent thawing of snow caused my temperature to rise a bit. Yes, I was glad to see the snow go away, but I was thoroughly disgusted, too. more »»

 
 

 

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