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July 31, 2016 Greenwing Day at Des Lacs Refuge Kenmare’s annual Greenwing Day is planned for Saturday, Aug. 6 at the Boat Dock area on the Des Lacs National Wildlife Refuge. more »»

COMMENTS BY KIM: Watch the water

July 17, 2016 Last week the North Dakota Department of Health issued a warning for the public to avoid contact with water in Patterson Lake. The reason? Blue-green alga. more »»

Jason Mitchell, Devils Lake and Terry Fleck, Bismarck are newest additions of North Dakota Fishing Hall of Fame

July 10, 2016 The North Dakota Fishing Hall of Fame Board of Directors revealed the upcoming induction of two new members to the Hall of Fame. more »»

COMMENTS BY KIM: What a difference a day makes

July 10, 2016 Last month in this highly revered column, I revealed recent outrageous and downright rude acts I witnessed at boat ramps. more »»

Topwater made for show

July 3, 2016 Most fishing presentations are made for underneath the water. Crankbaits dive down to different levels. Lindy rigs and bottom bouncers move along the bottom. more »»

Spawning prehistoric pallids

June 26, 2016 RIVERDALE – Recovery is a slow and tedious process but there has been continual progress in the effort to restore a once dwindling pallid sturgeon population in the Missouri and Yellowstone Rivers. more »»

COMMENTS BY KIM: Muskie trippin’

June 26, 2016 Those of you who have dutifully followed my courageous exploits on the water know full well that my muskellunge fishing could, apparently, use some minor tweaking. more »»

The fight against ANS

June 19, 2016 DETROIT LAKES, MINN. — North Dakota has zebra mussels throughout the entire Red River. Biologists would like to keep the aquatic nuisance species from spreading to other bodies of water in the stat. more »»

COMMENTS BY KIM: A boat ramp rant

June 19, 2016 No. I haven’t completely lost my mind over this. At least not yet. more »»

Waterfowlers boost youth shooting

June 12, 2016 The first-year South Prairie School trapshooting team received new shooting vests last week, just in time for the state shoot. more »»

‘In the swing’ with skeet

June 12, 2016 Overall the weather was of little concern, but occassionally a clay target would dip or jump. more »»

Bird day at Upper Souris NWR

June 5, 2016 FOXHOLM – The day began with a bird walk at 7 a.m. with nearly 15 people participating. more »»

COMMENTS BY KIM: Lake Sakakawea smelt die-off

June 5, 2016 How severe the smelt die-off is in Lake Sakakawea won’t be known until biologists conduct their annual adult smelt population surveys later this summer. more »»

A special fishing event

May 22, 2016 The weather was as perfect as possible for an evening of fishing. The young anglers were delighted too. So were the hosts – Minot’s NoDak Anglers and Pheasants for the Future. more »»

Store draws in sportsmen, tourists, tarpon

May 15, 2016 ISLAMORADA, FLORIDA KEYS — It is unique and it is smack dab in the middle of the “Sportfishing Capital of the World. more »»

OK catch at Lake Darling fishing derby

May 15, 2016 FOXHOLM – The annual Souris River Longbeards Fishing Derby was staged at Lake Darling May 7 with a full field of 50 two-man teams participating. more »»

Where legends gather

May 8, 2016 Some stories are easy to tell in a clear and concise manner that conveys the author’s thoughts and views so as to present the reader with a vivid picture of events and happenings and surroundings. more »»

Snares and hunting dogs are a bad mix

May 1, 2016 Trappers are allowed to put snares in the field during the state’s pheasant season, which is very popular with thousands of hunting dog owner. more »»

Opening week at Lake Darling

April 24, 2016 FOXHOLM – Coming off the warmest winter in North Dakota history, refuge leaders made a choice to open the Upper Souris National Wildlife Refuge to boat fishing a full two weeks ahead of the... more »»

Shoreline trash unsightly hazard

April 24, 2016 Shorebirds get tangled in discarded fishing line. The result is often death. People have to step over discarded beverage cans to find a debris-free place to fish. more »»



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