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RECOVERY DAY.  Following Monday’s rain and Tuesday’s wind, a near ideal day will combine with the August full moon to restart a stretch of awesome fishing headed into the weekend. There is lots of national news impacting wildlife species and a reminder on yet another fall application from the NDG&F in today’s Outdoors Roundup.  ...

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NDG&F Dept. Release Migratory bird hunters of all ages are reminded to register with the Harvest Information Program prior to hunting ducks, geese, swans, mergansers, coots, cranes, snipe, doves and woodcock. Hunters must register in each state for which they are licensed to hunt. Hunters can HIP certify when purchasing a license – or by clicking...

MILD MONDAY.  Things cool off a tad after a strong line of storms pushed through the eastern half of the state yesterday, dropping hail and bringing heavy rain and strong winds. With a cool down, we refresh the plan to fight ANS, look ahead to an NDWF fundraiser and migratory bird money in our Outdoors...

LIGHTNING.  After a few rumbles of thunder in the evening and overnight, generated by yesterday’s heat, we jump back up for more warmth today. While we do, we lay out some summer time tips for better fish, better fishing and some natural lights (not the beer) in our Outdoors Roundup.   Featured Photo: Light’s Out.  A...

TURN DOWN THE A/C.  Winds diminish throughout the day as a more summerlike setting takes hold for the end of the week and the weekend.  We look ahead to fishing tourneys, the weekend forecast and a little introduced species perspective in our Outdoors Roundup. Featured Photo:  Humming Along.  A hummingbird pauses at a feeder. Simonson...

CONSERVATION CUT.  Continuous CRP sign-up is on the horizon and the impact of conservation is clear beyond birds and deer, as we talk about a pollinator helping produce beer as part of today’s Outdoor Update.   Featured Photo: ROOSTER ROLL. A rooster pheasant works his way to a line of pines in the green spring...

NDG&F Dept. Release North Dakota anglers, water recreationists and anyone working in lakes or streams are reminded to follow these simple regulations to help prevent the spread of aquatic nuisance species. Know the laws, as each state and province have their own rules and regulations. North Dakota regulations include: Do not import live aquatic bait. Use...

Montana’s rivers are running high, wide and muddy right now and things typically won’t improve much for maybe two months.

GLOOM (No Doom).  Chilly overcast conditions persist with a spit of snow in the early morning hours and some rain later in the day.  We look to bring some brightness from these April showers in today’s Three Things. Featured Photo: Brighter Day.  Boats anchor up on Minnesota’s Rainy River for sturgeon fishing under clear skies...

By Nick Simonson   Long before the days where most every deer hunter threw in for both a rifle tag and the muzzleloader lottery and started their season in August with the bow, the sign on the desk at Northwestern Industries in my hometown of Valley City read: “Be A Three Season Hunter!”  Back then,...