THE NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND Working together for the future of ducks
BISMARCK, N.D. June 12, 2013 Scheels All Sports is investing in conservation in five of the states where its stores are located. The company has pledged a five-yearmajor giftto Ducks Unlimited to cons... Posted on 6/12/13 at 4:34 PM
OUTDOORS WITH SAM COOK Appeals court denies challenge to wolf hunting, trapping season
The Minnesota Court of Appeals today denied a challenge brought by two conservation groups concerning the hunting and trapping of wolves in the state. The lawsuit argued that the Department of Natural... Posted on 5/28/13 at 11:44 AM
CUTE N' COMFY Photo shoot in the park
Wow, it's been a busy few weeks. I've been writing a lot of stories, taking some photographs and interviewing a lot of fun and interesting people, and I can't forget about the ghost hunting.
Yes, g... Posted on 11/1/12 at 4:52 PM
STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Higher fees, no early fishing opener in compromise
Minnesotas hunting and fishing license fees would increase and wolves could be hunted and trapped under a compromise that state House and Senate negotiators have worked out.
However, the much-discuss... Posted on 4/27/12 at 11:20 AM
Hunters have until the end of the day Wednesday to submit applications for the 2013 deer gun season. Residents are encouraged to apply online at the state Game and Fish Department website, which is gf.nd.gov.
As North Dakota’s 2013 deer application period progresses toward Wednesday’s deadline, I’m struck by the thought that no prospective hunter younger than 40 has ever applied for the lottery when fewer licenses were available than this year.
Two groups challenging Minnesota rules for a wolf hunting and trapping season were dealt another blow Tuesday when the Minnesota Court of Appeals dismissed a petition aimed at undoing the rules establishing a wolf hunt.
Outdoors issues generally took a backseat during the 2013 session of the Minnesota Legislature after lawmakers last year approved an increase in hunting and fishing license fees to replenish a Game and Fish Fund that was headed for the red.
I joined Mitch Haaby of Roseau, Minn., earlier this month for a story about collecting antler sheds. My goal wasn’t to write a “how-to” or “where-to” story about hunting for fallen antlers — enough people are scouring the woods already — but instead to tell a story about Haaby’s passion for deer hunting and how collecting antler sheds helps prepare him for hunting season.
UND is partnering with the North Dakota Game and Fish Department to manage 160 acres of university-owned land along the Forest River as a wildlife management area and will offer a limited archery hunt on the site this fall.
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