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By Nick Simonson What outdoor product has a higher hold rating than Bitcoin?  What is getting pricier than a 1960s-era Mickey Mantle baseball card as collectors take stock of their youth-based memorabilia?  What is seeing a run unlike anything we’ve recently witnessed, beyond perhaps Charmin and Cottonelle last March? The answer to all three of...

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By Nick Simosnon   Give or take, it’s about 250 days until upland seasons open again.  It’s really 253, but at this stage in the beginning of the long wait until that semi-warm, dew-covered morning in mid-September brings the first chuckling grouse flushing from some CRP along an alfalfa field, rounding down is the best...

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FEELING COLDER.  The chill continues this week as below-average temperatures and strong winds bring cold conditions to the region.  We cover that, some lake exploration and tips for adjusting to more layers in today’s Outdoors Roundup Featured Photo: ON THE LOOKOUT. Ole the lab pauses while exploring a ridge in the cold and windy weekend...

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1Northwest North Dakota Semi-Annual Job Fair will be in Williston Wednesday, Sept. 11, at the Raymond Family Community Center at 2 p.m.

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By Nick Simonson   The natural world, and often our daily lives, revolve around a pattern.  The sun rises, travels the sky and sets as we go about our business. Rains fall, things clear, the grasses grow and life flourishes. Winter fades to spring, spring warms into summer, summer slides into the blessed season of...

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AUTUMN CRUSH.  We’re eyeing up the fall clay season where young shooters can get set up for a successful shooting career, along with furbearer changes and updates from the G&F.  Additionally, we cover shotgun patterning and the things you need to do in order to be ready for every autumn hunting season in today’s Outdoors...

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STILL.  A windless morning will start your day off right and animal movement should be fast and frequent in the calm conditions after a five-day stretch of gusts.  Watch for the same this evening as things warm up.  We talk about that and more in today’s Three Things.   Featured Photo: A shadow is cast...

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By Nick Simonson It’s hard not to think hunting when a young lab looks up from his bed in the corner of the living room, and the light September wind blows gently through the screen to the back porch.  Despite the reports of a sharptailed grouse population again cut in half by challenging conditions this...