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DUST DOWN.  It’ll be a stretch of damp days heading into the back half of the week, which will keep the flowers growing.  That’s good for our pollinator friends, which we cover in today’s Outdoors Roundup along with a love-drunk deer and some tips for keeping public lands clean. Featured Photo:  Fuzzy Buzzy.  A bumblebee...

LAST NICE ONE.  At least for a few days’ stretch.  Rain and unstable conditions move in after today to mix things up.  We cover that, a new ANS report and an odd hunting and fishing museum in our Outdoors Roundup. Featured Photo:  Zebra mussels like these from Detroit Lake in Minnesota, have been discovered in...

NDG&F Release North Dakota’s spring pheasant population index is up slightly from the same time last year, according to the state Game and Fish Department’s 2019 spring crowing count survey. R.J. Gross, upland game management biologist, said the number of roosters heard crowing this spring was up about 6 percent statewide. The primary regions holding...

ON TARGET.  We’ve got our eye on shooting sports for the weekend as the ND High School State Tourneys fire up in Horace.  We keep an eye on the weather for the events and look into some trapshooting tips and the history of skeet in today’s Outdoors Roundup. Featured Photo:  BIRD IS THE WORD.  Clay...

By Nick Simonson   The pop-up clouds bubbled on the western horizon, fueled by the hot southern winds that brought the first real sensation of summer to the region.  With the truck’s digital thermometer bouncing between 88 and 90, I hooked up the puddle jumper and turned extra-wide through the pre-rush traffic to grab my...

SET THE STAGE.  Various fish (and fishing setups) require varying hooksets. We go through some of the more common scenarios to help you set the stage for a successful fight in today’s Outdoors Roundup. Featured Photo:  Fish On!  A good hookset means a better chance at landing a fish. Simonson Photo.   WEATHER (Bismarck Forecast):...