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  • Hunting
    N.D. Spring Pheasant, Sharptail Counts Up From Last Year

    The news many North Dakota upland hunters were waiting for came this morning when the Game and Fish Department announced the results of its spring pheasant crowing count. Spring sharptail numbers also were up. The success of this year’s hatch will be perhaps the biggest determining factor in this year’s hunting seasons,...

  • Fishing
    A Lifetime Of Fishing Adventures Starts Here

    Fishing can lead us to some very wild and beautiful places, many of them far from home. Yet most of us get hooked on a lifetime of fishing in our youth, where access to a local fishing spot that we can reach on bike or foot matters most. Lots of us got...

  • Hunting
    Solitude, Good Fishing Part Of This Wilderness Canoe Trip

    Six of us spent eight days in Ontario’s Quetico Provincial Park in mid-June, fishing for walleyes, lake trout and northern pike. Surprisingly, mosquitoes and blackflies were almost absent. Fishing was excellent at times, challenging at other times. Walleyes were shallow, hungry for the soft plastic worms and minnows we offered them. We...

  • Recreation
    Black Bears Raid Renville County Beekeeper’s Hives

    Gerald Reinke has been tending beehives at the mouth of Hawk Creek in Renville County for 45 years. “Never, never, never had a bear down here,’’ said Reinke Until this spring, when he found two black bears tearing apart hives on his property where Hawk Creek joins the Minnesota River just downstream...

  • Fishing
    Trout Provide Big Opportunities In Red Lake Indian Reservation

    Lake trout—which need deep, cold and clear waters to survive—aren’t a readily available species in this part of the world, but there’s a small lake near Redby, Minn., in the Red Lake Indian Reservation that holds some respectable lakers. Green Lake only covers about 30 acres, but it’s clear and deep with...

  • Fishing
    Too Many Punches Putting Green Lake’s Walleyes In Decline

    Walleye appear to be on a long-term decline in Green Lake, a clear and deep lake that has long been regarded as this region’s premiere destination for catching them. The words of warning about the future of walleye fishing on Green Lake come from two professionals who know this subject only too...

  • Recreation
    The Artificiality Of Our Outdoor Experience

    These are the three things I enjoy most about North Dakota’s outdoors: Wading across the Little Missouri River with my hiking shoes slung over my shoulder, on my way to a silent day hiking in the Bad Lands wilderness. Watching my dog lean into a patch of brush, just a glimpse of...

  • Hunting
    Game And Fish Announces Another Reduction In N.D. Deer Licenses

    There’ll be even fewer deer licenses available this fall in North Dakota, the Game and Fish Department announced today. In a news release, department staff said North Dakota’s 2015 deer season is set, with 43,275 licenses available to hunters this fall — 4,725 fewer than last year, and the lowest number since...

  • Recreation
    Paddle Forward Returning To Minnesota River In 2015

    On expeditions to the farthest reaches of the earth, Ann Bancroft and Will Steger used the Internet to connect to students and allow them to witness and learn about all they discovered. Another Minnesota explorer is doing the same, but introducing students to waters closer to home.  Natalie Warren wants young people...

  • Recreation
    Master Naturalists Forage And Prepare A Delicious Feast

    The Heyday Restaurant on Lyndale Avenue in Minneapolis celebrated the arrival of Spring last Tuesday by offering a four-course meal featuring wild foraged foods at $45 a plate. A better deal could be found that very night in Montevideo: It required two large tables to hold the nine-course offering of wild foraged...

  • Fishing
    ‘We Catch The Little Ones’

    “We catch the little ones’’ is not the motto by which most anglers go charging to their favorite waters. It is the motto of a small company that makes it possible for anglers to go after trophy-sized fish, however. Since 1980, Kandiyohi County has been home to a small business that manufactures...

  • Recreation
    30 Things To Do In The Rendezvous Region

    Take a some time to have a staycation this summer and visit the Rendezvous Region.  Here is just a sample of activities for all ages and interest: Cruise the Scenic Byway Tee off on the region’s four golf courses Bring you motorcycle to the Cavalier Ride-In Canoe North Dakota’s only Class 1...

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