NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND live bait regulations
Anglers are reminded that it is illegal to import all forms of live aquatic bait into North Dakota. This includes minnows, suckers, leeches, waterdogs (salamanders) and frogs.
Anglers should buy bait... Posted on 7/7/14 at 11:04 AM
STAFF BLOG NORTHLAND OUTDOORS Zebra mussels found in Lake Minnetonka
Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) biologists have confirmed a report that several tiny zebra mussels have been found in Lake Minnetonka. They’re attached to rocks along the shore o... Posted on 8/2/10 at 6:41 AM
I am often asked to make recommendations to friends and clients regarding what type of fishing rod they should buy. There are many options, and few specific answers. First, you need to decide what you will be using the rod for. You have to be a little more specific than just “fishing.” There are several basic types to consider: Spinning rods and bait casting rods are the most common, but there are also fly-fishing and trolling rods.
Hunters are reminded that hunting big game over bait is prohibited on all state owned or managed wildlife management areas, all U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service national wildlife refuges and waterfowl production areas, U.S. Forest Service national grasslands, and all North Dakota state school, state park and state forest service lands.
With winter on the wane (I hope) I felt it appropriate to talk about an item that is generally accepted useful only during the winter ice season, that being spears. Probably the most common, well known and easily collectible spear in Minnesota is a Randall spear. However, this company is better known for its highly collectible spearing decoys.
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