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Junior shooter wins state, sectional competitions

February 16, 2014 Joseph Martin captured two championships at the Minot Rifle and Pistol Club Indoor Range Feb. 8-9. Martin won the North Dakota State Junior 3-Position shoot Feb. more »»

Game Wardens Association to award scholarship

February 16, 2014 The North Dakota Game Wardens Association has a $300 scholarship available for a graduating high school senior entering college in fall 2014 who enrolls in fisheries or wildlife management with an... more »»

Five days on the flats

February 9, 2014 KEY LARGO, FLORIDA—A fast-moving flash a few feet from the boat announced the presence of a shark, perhaps 5 feet or more in length. more »»

Outdoors briefly

February 9, 2014 Sweetheart Ski at Turtle River State Park Turtle River State Park will be hosting a Sweetheart Ski, Friday from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. more »»

BOWing over the darkhouse

February 2, 2014 The ladies learned the tricks of the trident despite less-than-ideal conditions for the Becoming An Outdoors Woman darkhouse spearfishing workshop held at the Upper Souris National Wildlife Refuge... more »»

Duck hunter achieves 14-year goal

February 2, 2014 WILLISTON — The goal was as extraordinary to obtain as it was difficult to explain, but that didn’t deter John Seil of Williston. more »»

Youth shooters eye Junior Olympics

February 2, 2014 Outstanding performances at the shooting line vaulted several youthful competitors to national qualifying events for the U.S. Junior Olympic team. more »»

Reaching the goal

February 2, 2014 To set a lofty goal, particularly one considered unreachable by many, and then attain it, is a stunning achievement. John Seil, duck hunter, did exactly that. more »»

Outdoors briefly

February 2, 2014 Summer jobs for youth at Audubon NWR Audubon National Wildlife Refuge will be participating in the Youth Conservation Corps program during the spring and summer of 201. more »»

Thirty years of dead loop crud is just too much

January 26, 2014 The time to make some changes is long overdue. Minot’s “dead river” loops have existed for more than 30 year. more »»

Outdoors briefly

January 26, 2014 Lake Metigoshe State Park to host Ski & Scavenger Hunt Lake Metigoshe State Park is providing outdoor adventurers an opportunity to explore the park by holding a Ski & Scavenger Hunt on Saturda. more »»

Keeping their cool

January 12, 2014 LAKE METIGOSHE — Extremely cold temperatures and nasty winds created dangerous wind chills — certainly less-than-ideal conditions for ice fishin. more »»

Too cold for critters

January 12, 2014 The unfortunate fate of the frigid feline that was discovered, barely alive and frozen to a rock next to an outdoor fish pond in northwest Minot last week, should serve as a vivid reminder of how... more »»

Outdoors briefly

January 12, 2014 Candlelight event at Fort Stevenson Fort Stevenson State Park is doing its part to battle January’s cabin fever by offering a special outdoor event on Jan. 18 from 5 to 8 p.m. more »»

Snow flurries and fish

January 5, 2014 GRANVILLE — A brisk wind was whipping snow across roadways and over the lake during the beginning moments of the 19th annual Granville Masons ice fishing derby at Buffalo Lodge Lake Dec. 28. more »»

Late-season pheasant hunts dodge worst of severe weather

January 5, 2014 A few hardy and determined pheasant hunters were in the field New Year’s Day despite the winter conditions. more »»

A bowhunter’s first deer

January 5, 2014 KENMARE — The 2013 bowhunting season couldn’t have ended any better for Dianne Huff of Minot. In her first season with a bow and arrow, she harvested a white-tailed buck. more »»

Minnesota artist earns DU honors

January 5, 2014 Wildlife artist Scot Storm, of Freeport, Minn., has been named as the Ducks Unlimited 2014 Artist of the Year. more »»

 
 

 

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