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North Dakota Game and Fish Director Terry Steinwand writes Matters of Opinion
Over the last 10 years I’ve been involved in an event called Hunting Dakota with Roosevelt. The event was created by some very civic-minded individuals who loved to hunt and also had a goal in mind to honor those who served, or do serve, in the military, while at the same time raising funds for the much-deserving Bismarck Cancer Center.
Ron Wilson North Dakota Outdoors editor with a feature on the Partnership to Benefit Ruffed Grouse, Other Wildlife
Hunting ruffed grouse in North Dakota’s Turtle Mountains is as much about the gorgeous forested country that shoulders up against Canada as it is about the native birds.
The plan is to manipulate 15 acres of state forest land over the next two years.
In fall, when the grouse are in season and have long since moved on from an entertaining spring courtship initiated by drumming males, the woodlands transform from greens to head-turning reds and yellows. A hike in the woods, with or without a grouse in the game bag, is a treat as temperatures cool and the days shorten.
North Dakota Outdoors editor Ron Wilson highlights the coming winter fishing with Prairie Walleye Lakes, Pike Highlighting Winter Fishing Forecast
There are no guarantees when it comes to ice fishing in North Dakota.
Considering the uncertainties of the weather, and how it influences freeze-up and access, anglers really never know how things are going to play out.
Last year, following a mild November, December bared its teeth in parts of the state with record snowfall and cold temperatures. Access to many waters was difficult or worse.