Grand Forks Peregrine Banding Set For June 12, Crookston Taxidermist Wins More Awards And Forks Builders And Traders Take 68th Fishing Trip

A few outdoorsy nuggets of note on this June Monday morning: Peregrine banding set for June 12 The annual peregrine banding event at the UND Water Tower is scheduled for 1 p.m. next Monday, June 12, below the water tower adjacent to Starcher Hall, located at 10 Cornell St. on the UND campus. Licensed bander…
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North Dakota Game Wardens Association Facebook Page Worth A ‘Like’

I received an email this week from Peter Miley, social media representative for the North Dakota Game Wardens Association, to give me a heads-up that the group now has a Facebook page. I checked it out, and the page is definitely worth a “like” if you’re a hunter, angler or outdoors enthusiast of any kind…
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New Buoy Monument Commemorates The Northwest Angle, The Northernmost Point Of The Lower 48

Next time the road takes you to the Northwest Angle on Lake of the Woods, make sure to stop by Young’s Bay, where a newly erected monument commemorates this northernmost point of the Lower 48. Northwest Angle resident Joe Laurin shared this photo of the monument, which resembles a large buoy and is patterned after…
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More Than 600 Students Will Participate In This Year’s North Dakota High School Clay Target League State Tournament

The popularity of high school clay target shooting never ceases to amaze me, and more than 600 students are scheduled to participate in this year’s North Dakota state tournament, set for June 17 at The Shooting Park in Horace, N.D. In a news release, league organizers said 632 student athletes from 35 North Dakota high…
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Fishing And Deer License Increases, Blaze Pink And Scopes On Muzzleloaders All Are On Tap In Minnesota If Dayton Signs Environment And Natural Resources Budget Bill

It’s too soon to say how the environment and natural resources budget bill Minnesota lawmakers passed Sunday will affect Department of Natural Resources fisheries and wildlife programs, but there’s certainly cause for optimism, a DNR fisheries manager says. The bill, which includes small increases in the price of fishing and deer hunting licenses, awaits Gov.…
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