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READ IT. The outdoors information is flowing, just like that big showerhead in the sky today, and we’ve got it all covered in today’s Outdoors Roundup – from bighorn sheep, to avoiding deer (when you’re NOT hunting), to river level monitoring.  Settle in – the rain has to end eventually! Featured Photo:    A monarch...

SOAKER.  A wet Wednesday will help green things up and erase the last few remaining drifts along the countryside. We talk bighorn sheep and bad fish transactions in today’s Three Things. Featured Photo:  Spawnin’ Slab.  A white crappie dons darker stripes and speckles for the spawn. Simonson Photo.   WEATHER (Bismarck Forecast): Today: Wed 4/17 –...

SO…MUCH…SNOW.  Can’t type…without using…ellipsis.  Just kidding.  On the bright side, models have backed off next week’s weathermaker totals, so if you make it through today…well, you know the drill!  We talk about cats, big game and a long-range hope for spring in today’s Three Things. Featured Photo:  GET OUT OF HERE! A rooster pheasant runs...

LIGHTEN UP!  We’re gaining daylight every day as we make the turn toward March.  Evenings last longer and dawn comes sooner, and we look at how fast things will change as part of today’s Three Things. Featured Photo:  Semi-complete Crease Flies await stick-on eyes and epoxy on their way to spring fishing for pike and...

NDG&F Press Release Harvest statistics released by the North Dakota Game and Fish Department show overall hunter success during the 2017 season for bighorn sheep was 100 percent, 92 percent for moose and 58 percent for elk. The department issued four bighorn sheep licenses and auctioned one. All five hunters harvested a bighorn ram. The...

By Doug Leier, NDG&F Dept. Thousands of North Dakota big game hunters are starting to count the days until their season opens in the coming weeks. Most have their sights set on the annual unofficial holiday that is opening day of deer gun season on Nov. 10, but a handful have perhaps a bit more...