NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND first duck?
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Shoot Your First Duck? Get a Commemorative Pin
New waterfowl hunters can collect a hands... Posted on 10/2/13 at 2:25 PM
STAFF BLOG CHEF JEFF Marinated Duck Breast with Mango Salsa
Not everyone likes wild game. Perhaps the two biggest complaints that its detractors have is that it is hard to cook and doesn't taste good. That couldnt be further from the truth if the meat has bee... Posted on 9/5/12 at 4:15 PM
STAFF BLOG SOUTH DAKOTA OUTDOOR ADVENTURES Duck Season Opens
One of my favorite times of the year begin tomorrow morning (Sept. 24). Duck season will open up for much of Eastern South Dakota. Daily limit is six ducks and can be comprised of no more ... Posted on 9/23/11 at 8:50 AM
STAFF BLOG OUTDOORS WITH SAM COOK Nett Lake duck hunt on a not-so-ducky day
I joined Bill and Glenn Merrick of Duluth for a duck hunt last Friday on Nett Lake near Orr. We were accompanied by guide Gene Boshey, a Nett Lake guide and member of the Bois Forte Band of Chippewa... Posted on 10/20/10 at 10:49 AM
STAFF BLOG NORTHLAND OUTDOORS DNR sets fall duck, goose seasons
St. Paul - Federal waterfowl frameworks would have allowed Minnesota hunters a daily bag limit of three wood ducks this fall.
The frameworks would have allowed them to kill two hen mallards a day. Bu... Posted on 8/20/10 at 2:48 PM
The hooded merganser is featured as the 2010 ‘Best of Show’ in the North Dakota Junior Duck Stamp Contest, sponsored by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Eighteen-year-old Alicia Rohde from Valley City titled her winning artwork “Chillin’ in the Swamp.” Rohde has participated in the Junior Duck Stamp Contest for four years, winning runner-up Best of Show in 2009 and third place in 2008. Her artwork was selected from 878 entries received from throughout North Dakota.
Rohde is a senior at LaMoure High School.
There aren’t many people fishing these days on Devils Lake, but the anglers who venture out continue to report good walleye action. Most anglers are now jigging the bridges of state Highways 57 and 20, Six-Mile Bay and the Mauvais Coulee with minnows or trolling crankbaits along sunken points and roads. Some of the better areas include the Golden Highway, the sunken road in Pelican Lake and sunken points such as Haley’s Hump, Patience Point and the Fort Totten and Cactus Point areas.
Outdoor News and Herald staff
, November 13, 2009
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