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Here's how the North Dakota fishing season is shaping up

Lake Sakakawea, southwest region, Devils Lake and the Red and north-central region are previewed.

An expected rise in water levels should make for a good fishing season in North Dakota.
Contributed / North Dakota Game and Fish Department

BISMARCK — North Dakota Game and Fish fisheries biologists this week preview the upcoming open-water fishing season for four regions of the state.

Lake Sakakawea, from biologist Russ Kinzler

Southwest region, by biologist Jeff Merchant

Devils Lake complex and Red River, by biologist Todd Caspers

and the North Central region, by biologist Dave Fryda

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