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N.D. deer hunting success rises slightly in 2014
Decline in gun tags contributes to 60 percent success rate, up from 55 percent in 2013. North Dakota deer hunters shot about 26,300 deer for a success rate of 60 percent during the 2014 deer gun hunting season, the state Game and Fish Department announced this week.
Sunday, March, 22, 2015 - Forum News Service - None

NDGF revisits deer license goals. Lowering the bar is the likely scenario as deer habitat and populations decline, officials say
GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- The North Dakota Game and Fish Department is drafting new deer license goals for the next five years, and fewer deer gun tags likely will be the reality for the foreseeable future.
Saturday, April, 11, 2015 - Northland Outdoors - None

Outcry causes Game and Fish to drop deer license proposal
BISMARCK, N.D. -- The North Dakota Game and Fish Department has dropped a proposal to limit deer hunters to one deer license next fall, in part because of an outcry of opposition during the public input process. That means deer hunters in North Dakota will retain the opportunity to apply for rifle and muzzleloader lottery licenses and purchase archery tags over the counter.
Sunday, December, 21, 2014 - Northland Outdoors - None

Deputy
Emily Dewey heard everything last Wednesday. The 24-year-old nursing student was listening to the scanner, waiting for her husband, Mahnomen County (Minn.) Deputy Christopher Dewey, to get home that morning.
Monday, February, 09, 2015 - INFORUM - News

11-year-old Caitlin Cravens is a trapshooting success
HUDSON, Wis. - Caitlin Cravens is not your average trapshooter. In fact, the scrawny, 11-year-old marksman distorts the average impression of a trapshooter. Cravens, who recently scored a 171 out of 200 at nationals in Illinois, will be joining the Hudson High School shooting team, the Raiders, as a sixth-grader.
Saturday, August, 16, 2014 - Northland Outdoors - None

Pheasant Ph-amily Efforts of EGF family help Red River Valley Pheasants Forever chapter win national No Child Left Indoors award
EAST GRAND FORKS, Minn. -- When Brian and Michelle Nelson took over the Red River Valley Chapter of Pheasants Forever in 2005, they faced the challenge of reviving a chapter in a region with no pheasants, no habitat for pheasants and no prospects for having a sustainable wild population of the popular game birds. Tall order, that. So, instead of focusing on pheasants and habitat, the East Grand Forks couple and their six kids rolled up their sleeves and went to work on fundraising, selling raffle tickets and recruiting volunteers to help them raise money for hunter education programs, youth trapshooting teams and other kids' outdoor learning initiatives.
Saturday, February, 28, 2015 - Northland Outdoors - None

It was mom who led him to an outdoor career
Conservation officer led many investigations into fish and game poachings MONTEVIDEO, Minn. -- It was his mother who put in the effort that made the difference, her blunders included.
Monday, May, 04, 2015 - Forum News Service - None

National Archery in the Schools Program takes flight at EGF Sacred Heart.
EAST GRAND FORKS, Minn. -- Hitting the bulls-eye is always a good thing when shooting archery, but it wasn't the main focus for the eager fourth- and fifth-graders lined up to hone their skills on a recent cold Sunday afternoon in a gym at East Grand Forks Sacred Heart School. This session was more about form and safety -- to start with, at least -- and the three boys and two girls hung on every word from instructor Wayne Pietruszewski. The bulls-eyes would come later. "Who remembers the right way to shoot a bow?" Pietruszewski quizzed the students, who responded with the archery equivalent of lip-synching, drawing back pieces of string with one arm while keeping the other arm straight to mimic the act of shooting a bow. Proper form, Pietruszewski explained, will result in straighter-flying arrows. "That's going to come with practice," he said. "The more we shoot, the better we'll get."
Saturday, January, 24, 2015 - Northland Outdoors - None