OUTDOORS WITH SAM COOK Duluth ice-fishing and winter show opens Friday
Don't forget that the first Arrowhead Ice Fishing and Winter Show hits the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center on Friday and runs through Sunday.
A full slate of ice-fishing manufacturers and re... Posted on 12/9/13 at 9:51 AM
THE NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND stay safe this weekend
State Game and Fish Department officials are cautioning hunters to be wary of where they hunt, as late-season weather is freezing North Dakotas small and mid-sized waters, giving the appearance of saf... Posted on 12/6/13 at 8:53 AM
STAFF BLOG COMPASS POINTS WITH BRAD DOKKEN Digging out, gearing up on Lake of the Woods
The storm that dumped upwards of a foot of snow across vast parts of the region might be good for skiing and snowmobiling, but it couldnt have come at a worse time for lakes that were just setting up ... Posted on 12/5/13 at 2:43 PM
RURAL REFLECTIONS A Halloween Trick
I like Halloween. I dont celebrate Halloween but I like to play
pranks and surprise people so Halloween is the one time when these
sorts of actions are universally acceptable. I played a good prank
th... Posted on 11/9/13 at 8:16 AM
Early in December 25 years ago, the Herald carried a warning for anglers to beware of thin ice. Thin and dangerous ice still covered many lakes and rivers of North Dakota and Minnesota, said a story by Kevin Grinde of the Herald.
When it comes to fishing, Chip Leer is one of the most recognizable faces in the upper Midwest, promoting the pastime both summer and winter through television, sports shows, in-store appearances and tournaments such as the Cabela’s National Walleye Tour circuit, for which he serves as emcee.
CO Robert Gorecki (Baudette) observed deer shining activity that eventually led to one suspect being charged for felony flee, 2nd Degree DWI, and driving with cancelled driver’s license. The other individual at the scene was later charged with illegal shining for deer.
The long winter and tardy spring of 2013 disrupted a lot of outdoor activities. The weather also influenced North Dakota wildlife, particularly upland game birds, which experienced a relatively poor reproduction year that state Game and Fish Department biologists partly attributed to a delayed start to the nesting season and cool, wet weather early on when nesting did start.
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