Crane Crane Crane

Here’s another example of the central ND drought effect: unprecedented numbers of crane at Long Lake NWR for this time of year. Not more birds than ever–BUT for this time of year, the number of crane is exceeding the norm. Why? Because there is nary the loafing water from McClusky over to McLean County upto…
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But Do You Hunt Alot?

Probably one of the most often asked questions of myself by neighbors, friends and casual aquiatances is simply, "so do yout get time to hunt?"The short answer is yes, I do. I get time off just like everyone else. Another polar oppossite question is assumed that Game and Fish employees get to "hunt all the…
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What Do You Do When The Weather Is This BAD

You read correctly. 70s and 80s is awful weather for October. Yesterday’s migration report proves without a doubt this weather is the pits. So what do you do? You can scout remaining locals ducks and geese if you wish OR sharp-tailed grouse hunting is pretty darn good this year fish–yes I said go fish. Red…
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Oct 5 Migration Report

Thanks to Ken Torkelson and my good friends at the US FWS for their work putting this information out– Local ducks continue to provide most of the opportunities for waterfowlhunters in North Dakota, but the weekly report from the U.S. Fish andWildlife Service shows that some migrant ducks and geese are starting toshow up. Des…
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Duck Duck Goose

I’m getting the migration report for later today, but it’s not to exciting. This weather just doesnt do it for the birds. We need cold weather up north, even a little snow up there to cover some food and advance the birds south. Here’s what really is awful–some of the local birds are really getting…
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