More Incidents Reported Of Catfish Being Tossed On Shore And Left To Rot

The sad, disgusting tale of catfish being caught and left to rot on shore continues. Catherine Johnson, seasonal manager of the Red River State Recreation Area in East Grand Forks, shared this photo a park worker took Wednesday after finding the rotting fish by the Eagle Point boat landing on the Red Lake River. The…
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Slobs Deserve To Be Caught And Prosecuted For Wasting Catfish In Grand Forks And East Grand Forks

Now that the word’s out, I’m hoping the slobs who’ve been catching catfish along the Red River in Grand Forks and East Grand Forks and leaving them to die on stringers or tossed on the pavement are caught and prosecuted to the fullest extent. Such behavior is inexcusable and slob mentality at its absolute worst.…
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N.D. To Offer Pronghorn Season Again This Year Despite Population Decline

  The North Dakota Game and Fish Department announced the details of this year’s pronghorn hunting season today, and 410 licenses will be available in five open units. Applications will be available online Thursday at gf.nd.gov. Paper applications will be available the week of July 24 for printing off the website, from license vendors or…
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Catching Up After A Day Off: Monday Report Shows Increase In Minnesota Ruffed Grouse Spring Drumming Counts

Good news isn’t easy to come by, it seems, these days, but there was good news Monday when the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources released the results of its spring drumming count survey. I was off Monday so I’m behind the 8-ball in reporting the results, but statewide drumming counts were up 57 percent from…
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Three ADA-Compliant Fishing Piers Now Available In Devils Lake, Devils Lake Tourism Says

Three accessible fishing piers now are available to disabled anglers on Devils Lake. Devils Lake Tourism highlighted the three piers, which meet  Americans with Disabilities Act requirements, in a newsletter. Here’s a rundown on the piers and how to reach them from downtown, as described in the newsletter: Channel A: Drive 8 miles west on…
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