NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND it's an official new state record saugeye
Lab results confirm Dan Faimans state record fish is a saugeye.
The Fairview, Mont. angler caught the 12 pound record fish onJan. 16from the Yellowstone River. Because the fish had identifying charac... Posted on 6/3/13 at 8:29 AM
STAFF BLOG CHEF JEFF Chinese-Style Steamed Tilapia
The holiday season is entering its final week, and a lot of people already are looking for ways to get back on track as far as eating healthy. And there's no better way than to give tilapia a try.
Th... Posted on 12/26/12 at 3:35 PM
STAFF BLOG OUTDOORS WITH SAM COOK Feds again propose delisting of wolves
You may have seen the story in today's Duluth News Tribune and online at www.duluthnewstribune.com that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has decided -- again -- to propose removing the timber wolf f... Posted on 9/14/10 at 1:23 PM
STAFF BLOG NORTHLAND OUTDOORS Hot Water & Dead Muskies
In the sport of muskie fishing there are two things that don't mix. Hot water temperatures and big fish. As an avidly obsessive muskie angler, I find nothing more gut wrenching than to come across my ... Posted on 7/20/10 at 6:02 AM
STAFF BLOG WILDWINGS Strangeness galore
First let's sit back in wonder at the weirdness of a website called Ammoland.com carrying an article about the US Fish and Wildlife Service announcing a proposal to list a few more birds as endangere... Posted on 8/14/09 at 9:28 AM
Molly MacGregor of Walker, Minn., caught a keeper-size lake sturgeon April 27, when she and fishing partner Chris Weir-Koetter of Bemidji participated in a Becoming an Outdoors-Woman sturgeon fishing event on the Rainy River.
CANDO, N.D. — The dozens of anglers lined up on shore and anchored in small boats looked almost out of place next to the huge farm equipment just a lure’s cast away as farmers scrambled to catch up with fieldwork delayed by a spring that was slow in arriving.
Brad Dokken, Forum Communications
, June 10, 2013
Brad Dokken answers the question: Has East Grand Forks ever tried to host the governor for the fishing opener? In years past, we have had bang-up openers on the Red River fishing for catfish as opposed to chasing walleyes.
Double-crested cormorants will be controlled at Lake Vermilion in northeast Minnesota this spring in an effort to limit the number of birds that eat yellow perch and potentially small walleyes, according to the Department of Natural Resources.
Aside from the formidable battle they put up on hook and line, pike also are overlooked — and largely underappreciated — by many anglers who don’t think a fish is worth eating unless it’s a walleye. They would be wrong; pike are excellent table fare, and once those pesky “Y” bones are removed, many a “walleye snob” has been convinced and converted.
Quality and success are two of the more difficult terms that confront fisheries and wildlife managers. In fact, many hunters and anglers probably would nod in agreement that defining quality and success is about as easy as explaining a “normal” weather pattern.
The tallies aren’t official by any means, but hunters in northwest Minnesota generally shot more bucks and fewer does during the first three days of the state’s firearms deer season, which opened Nov. 3. And more.
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