THE NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND late spring fisheries impact
Fisheries biologists who questioned how a late spring and delayed ice-off would influence fish reproduction in North Dakota waters finally have a few answers.
It looks better than we expected... Posted on 10/15/13 at 5:58 AM
STAFF BLOG EVERYDAY GOURMET Baked Tilapia Parmesan
Now that warmer weather is upon us, it seems fitting to try my hand at a menu makeover. I love chicken parmesan and baked pasta dishes, but they seem better suited for winter weather when it is more a... Posted on 5/15/13 at 5:41 PM
LIKE A FISH OUT OF FARGO Culinary School Update: Seafood Class
Join me atSimple, Good and Tastyfor my latest culinary school update.
This the class I've been waiting for my entire life.It's all about seafood.
Even though we're on the prairie, we got to try prep... Posted on 5/1/13 at 10:38 AM
GRAND FORKS GOURMET Pig Cheeks and Alligator Pieces
It was a sunny and unseasonably warm March evening, the sun at that particular, late-spring slant that makes everything look a little more interesting.
We walked from a few blocks away to the restaur... Posted on 4/7/13 at 12:22 PM
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.
Shortly before he passed away, avid angler Guy Timmer was working to bring a walleye fish fry to the Northlands Rescue Mission in Grand Forks. “He was being nice, giving back. It was one of the things he was good at,” said his fishing buddy Mark Judovsky.
Scientists said Monday they have for the first time documented that an Asian carp species has successfully reproduced within the Great Lakes watershed, an ominous development in the struggle to slam the door on the hungry invaders that could threaten native fish.
Ask Jim Murphy about the fishing around Red Lake Falls, Minn., and he’ll probably say it’s not very good. The skeptic might think Murphy’s telling a fish tale, but as a fisherman, he’s entitled to his secrets.
Planning the trip to Montana had started months earlier in the dead of a North Dakota winter. While sitting at the fly-tying vise, I pondered what it would be like crossing the Continental Divide in my old 1956 Cessna 180 en route to some of the best rainbow trout rivers in the world.
These are good times for perch anglers on Devils Lake if results from recent Game and Fish Department population surveys are any indication. There’s a lot of young perch coming down the pike — providing they can get past the pike, walleyes and any other hungry mouths that might want to gobble them up.
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