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State Game and Fish Department biologists conduct a variety of studies every year. The familiar ones are those that provide counts or indexes that factor into season setting and limits, and also set hunter and angler expectations.
Just in time for Saturday’s North Dakota’s pheasant opener, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced Friday afternoon that it was immediately reopening federal Waterfowl Production Areas across the country.
These are good times for perch anglers on Devils Lake if results from recent Game and Fish Department population surveys are any indication. There’s a lot of young perch coming down the pike — providing they can get past the pike, walleyes and any other hungry mouths that might want to gobble them up.
You might say fish tales have a way of “latching on” to Bridgie Hansen.
It all started last July 29, when Hansen, of Grand Forks, was fishing Devils Lake with her husband, Glenn, and grandson, Evan Hansen, of Shakopee, Minn., who was 6 years old at the time.
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