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High School trapshooting a fast growing sport

April 17, 2016 Say pull! A growing number of participants are saying exactly that at shooting ranges in North Dakota. More than 500 students are participating in the North Dakota High School Clay Target Leagu. more »»

Beware those lousy ticks

April 17, 2016 They drag down huge moose and transmit disease. In addition to being irritating and creepy, they are a health hazard for humans. Ticks aren’t just a nuisance anymore. more »»

New walleye circuit for North Dakota

April 17, 2016 Anglers Insight Marketing has added North Dakota to its list of competitive walleye divisions in 2016. The AIM Weekend Walleye Series will conduct four tournaments in the stat. more »»

That nasty West Nile

April 17, 2016 The camping, fishing and outdoor recreation season will arrive earlier than usual in North Dakota this year, thanks to the warmest winter in state history. more »»

Emotional issues at Minot meeting

April 10, 2016 Permitting snaring during the upland game hunting season was the first item brought up for discussion by an attendee of last Tuesday’s North Dakota Game and Fish Department Advisory Board meeting in... more »»

Area school joins clay target league

April 10, 2016 It has finally happened. An area school has joined the list of schools participating in the North Dakota State High School Clay Target Leagu. more »»

Cannon craftsman at gun show

April 10, 2016 There’s always something new at the Minot Rifle and Pistol Club Gun Shows. For Grant Bingham the new was actually old. The Scobey, Mont. more »»

Concealed firearms – things to know

April 3, 2016 The number of permits issued in North Dakota for the concealed carry of firearms has risen dramatically the past few years. more »»

ND Junior Duck Stamp winners announced

April 3, 2016 COLEHARBOR – Cassidy Fulton, 18, Valley City, captured “Best of Show” in this year’s Junior Duck Stamp competition held at Audubon National Wildlife Refuge late last month. more »»

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 »»

 
 

 

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