NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND big three lottery has been held
North Dakotas moose, elk and bighorn sheep lottery results are available online at the State Game and Fish Departments website,gf.nd.gov.
Applicants can find individual results by clicking fi... Posted on 5/12/14 at 12:20 PM
STAFF BLOG CHEF JEFF Wild Game Wrapped in Bacon on the Grill
Grilling usually isn't an activity most people associate with winter. But with temperatures in the 60s and hardly a lick of snow to be found, this isn't your typical Midwest winter day. In fact, if yo... Posted on 3/17/12 at 12:35 PM
STAFF BLOG SOUTH DAKOTA OUTDOOR ADVENTURES S.D. elk tag draw
Everyone check your emails. Game Fish and Parks sent out email this morning with the results of the Black Hills Elk and the Custer State Park Elk license draw.
I unfortunately did not draw this year ... Posted on 6/2/11 at 10:33 AM
STAFF BLOG NORTHLAND OUTDOORS Elk Hunting: The Sounds of September
I sat on the porch of the shooting house at my local gun club; except for me the porch was empty. In front of me was a .22 range, a centerfire range and a pistol range - also empty. I had a gun for ea... Posted on 8/16/10 at 10:50 AM
BILLINGS, Mont. -- Jim Latvala, a 65-year-old fishing guide from Two Harbors, Minn., shot a six-point bull elk while hunting with his brother on the opening day of the Montana season.
“It was the first time we actually got to hunt together, and me taking this bull, we were elated, euphoric, in la-la land,” Jim Latvala said.
Madison Miller had permission to miss a week of school after drawing a hard-to-get elk tag in northwest Minnesota.
She ended up only taking a day.
An eighth-grader at Dakota Middle School in Eagan, Minn., Miller, 13, shot a 6x5 bull elk Sept. 13, the opening day in Zone 20 near Lancaster, Minn.
The rack of a massive bull elk shot this fall in northwest Minnesota has been scored by a certified measurer for the Boone and Crockett Club, and it’s all but official the trophy will be the highest-scoring elk ever taken by hunting in Minnesota.
MEDORA — The National Park Service has killed about two dozen antlerless elk in the South Unit of Theodore Roosevelt National Park in the past few weeks to help keep the population at a manageable level.
An elk left its Theodore Roosevelt National Park home last winter and spent most of the cold season close to the Yellowstone River near Wibaux, Mont. Other elk often wander outside the park’s boundaries but usually return, wildlife biologist Wade Jones said.
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