NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND Have You Read?
The 2018 February North Dakota Outdoors magazine is available FREE onlineright now here.
Leading off the issue is an important feature on the licensing transition:Applying online for lottery licenses... Posted on 2/14/18 at 9:13 AM
SENSE AND CENTSIBILITY Fall Chores: Save Money and Time With These 4 Tips
November. Most of the leaves have fallen. Weve had killing frost. The skies are threatening snow. I love this time of year! So dramatic.
I also enjoy fall chores. I like the crisp air for working out... Posted on 11/6/17 at 6:20 AM
STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Water Quality Remains a Minnesota Problem
The governor called for making the Minnesota River "fishable and swimmable" within 10 years.
That was then-Minnesota Gov. Arne Carlson 25 years ago. The river is in the southern half of Minnesota whe... Posted on 8/17/17 at 7:15 AM
DETROIT LAKES, MN - Things are looking good for this year’s fishing opener on Saturday – the ice has been off area lakes for about two weeks, the shiners have started to run, crappies are biting – and people are eager to get out on the open water after a long, cold winter.
Weybridge, VT (CNN) - A woman in Vermont finds her bird house in shambles and turns to her security footage to figure out what happened. She could "bearly" believe what she saw on the video. It was a black bear on the hunt for a snack.
ST. PAUL -- Two weeks ahead of the Minnesota fishing opener, a group of anglers and current and former resort owners filed suit Thursday to overturn an extended night-fishing ban on Lake Mille Lacs recently enacted by the state Department of Natural Resources.
BISMARCK -- North Dakota wildlife biologists are asking anglers for help in documenting lakes that may have experienced winter fish mortality. Game and Fish Department fisheries official Scott Gangl says some winterkill is expected every year, with the severity depending on winter weather conditions.
Akagera National Park, Rwanda (CNN) - It was a battle to the bitter end: snake versus croc. An enormous water python swallowed a one-meter crocodile in Australia. The video of their run-in went viral, and soon afterwards cameras caught a similar sight in Rwanda.
Detroit Lakes, MN (WDAY TV) - It's not only been a rough winter for outdoor enthusiasts with the bitterly cold temperatures and wicked wind chills. It turns out it's also had a negative effect on some businesses that bank on seasonal hobbies.
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