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By John Bradley, NDWF Executive Director It started as a light-hearted joke from my neighbor as I was unpacking my car from a hunting trip.  “You seem to be spending a lot of gas money just to come home empty handed, you know the grocery store is only a couple blocks away, right?”  Not having...

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By Doug Leier, NDG&F Dept. I met a new friend recently who had moved to back North Dakota from California.   When the afternoon discussion turned to the many options for restaurants now available in North Dakota that weren’t here when he left for the military, we both recalled fond memories of growing up in...

By Doug Leier, NDG&F Dept. Wild fish and game is a common, much anticipated course to many a North Dakota meal. But if you’ve ever tried a piece of freezer burned fish, or taken a bite of a sour piece of jerky you may hesitate the next time it’s offered your way.   This is...

By Nick Simonson   The transition from summer to fall brings with it many changes and with those seasonal shifts comes a unique opportunity for anglers of all preferences – downriggers, trollers, spoon casters and even fly anglers – to partake in a unique experience on Lake Sakakawea by boat and from shore, and that...

By Nick Simonson   The dogs recoiled in unison from the movement of the dark, curly-que shaped creature standing out against the streetlight glow which illuminated the driveway cement near the garage door.  On our daily walk in the pre-dawn dark of five o’clock, they shook off their surprise at the small, elongated object suddenly...

It’s strange how something traditional growing up wasn’t always a tradition. I knew every Fourth of July, my family was going to spend it cele…