DNR Paints Gloomy Budget Scenario On The Eve Of The Minnesota Fishing Opener

As anglers gear up for another Minnesota Fishing Opener — that most hallowed of outdoors traditions — a gloomy scenario is facing the Department of Natural Resources. Hunters, anglers and everyone else who enjoys the outdoors stand to lose as a result. Despite widespread support from Minnesota sportsmen’s groups, state lawmakers ignored requests for a…
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Turtle River And Ryan Pond Receive Rainbow Trout; Anglers Catch Big Fish In Sportsman’s Lodge Sturgeon Tourney; Spawning Sturgeon Offer Spectacle On Rainy River Tributary

A few items of note on this Tuesday morning: Erika Kolbow, naturalist at Turtle River State Park, says the North Dakota Game and Fish Department stocked another batch of rainbow trout into the Turtle River on Monday. In addition, Ryan Pond in Grand Forks also received a fresh batch of rainbow trout. In a news…
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North Dakota Report All Poachers Auction Of Confiscated Hunting And Fishing Equipment Set For May 20; Here’s A List Of Auction Items

If you enjoy auctions sales and are in the market for hunting and fishing equipment, you might want to put May 20 on your calendar. Beginning at noon May 20, the North Dakota Wildlife Federation will hold its Report All Poachers auction of  confiscated hunting and fishing equipment at the North Dakota State Fair Center’s…
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North Dakota Game And Fish Department Announces 2017 Elk And Moose License Lottery Recipients

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department released the list of elk and moose license recipients Monday. A couple of friends who applied for the once-in-a-lifetime licenses came up empty, again, but there were plenty of people who had smiles on their faces after seeing the results. The bighorn sheep lottery is scheduled in September,…
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North Dakota High School Clay Target League Continues To Grow

More than 900 students from 38 North Dakota high school teams are participating in this year’s North Dakota State High School Clay Target League spring trap shooting season, which began April 2. This year’s total of 908 students compares 565 students on 23 teams last year. The numbers make a case for the growing popularity…
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