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By Doug Leier Numbers get hard to comprehend when I relay to North Dakota anglers that over the past 30 years nearly 250 million walleye and 2 million pounds of trout and salmon have been stocked in North Dakota waters. It’s where a little perspective and history can help make you appreciate more of what...

By Kellen Latendresse We’re starting to see some yellow and orange leaves and nights are getting cooler, which means fish patterns are shifting. Eyes On This past week, I’ve only had three days for walleyes and three for muskies, so my sample size of fishing is a little smaller.  Plus dove season opened up and...

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August brings with it high anticipation for the hunting seasons that follow. Oftentimes, the month is hallmarked by dog training, target shoot…

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STILL, WARM. Today will start out calm before a shift comes mid-afternoon with temps rising in to the low 90s, but tomorrow will be cooler. We’ve got news on ND pronghorn, where to go to set up for salmon and a look at an act to help reclaim coal mines for wildlife in today’s Outdoors...

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TWO HALVES.  The weekend will take on a Halloweeny “Jeckyl and Hyde” feel as Saturday, while windy will be nice for outdoor activity, and Sunday will deteriorate into wind and rain (possibly evening snow?) by mid-day.  Along with the weather we cover salmon spawning, refuge changes and keeping boots in top shape with all this...

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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...

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By Nick Simonson   Through thick fog, the gurgle of my boat’s motor joined the crowd launching from the east side of Garrison Dam, with one more search for summer salmon as its primary mission.  As we cleared the first of phalanx of boats readying rods and dropping downrigger balls, I turned the wheel over...

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MIX IT UP.  Rain later today won’t wash out a good weekend, as clearer conditions return tomorrow. The weather looks to stabilize into next week, with 80s returning in the back half.  Until then, there’s plenty going on out there from salmon tourneys to amphibian studies to deer fever.  Check it all out in our...