All posts tagged "Featured"

  • 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...

  • Fishing
    Project Aims To Determine Number Of St. Louis River Walleyes

    I was on the St. Louis River last week with biologists from the Minnesota and Wisconsin Departments of Natural Resources who are doing a population assessment on the river’s walleyes. Through electro-fishing, the agencies hope to capture and tag up to 7,000 walleyes. Later, when some of those fish are recaptured by...

  • Recreation
    Summer Water Safety Tips

    Failure to wear a personal floatation device is the main reason people lose their lives in water recreation accidents. North Dakota Game and Fish Department boat and water safety coordinator Nancy Boldt said safety begins with wearing a personal flotation device, and knowing what’s below the surface of the water. “Water recreationists...

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