So Far So Good

2B split deer hunting season doesnt seem to have created any significant glitches, and my gut said if there was it would be the opening weekend. So far I’ve not heard of any major problems. And that’s a good thing. The larger blocks of good deer habitat near Leonard, Erie, Hope etc, seemed to have…
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Day Two-get R Done

I talked with game wardens, locker plants, and hunters late yesterday. Nobody had any reason to complain about the weather, row crops coming down etc. Basicallly every element is in line for an excellent deer hunt. That said opening day can be more about social gatherings than hard deer drives. The nice weather can put…
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Coffee With Your Deer?

Here’s to recipe of the week from Gander Mountain– ander Mountain would like to share with you some hunting and fishing tips that will help your readers get the most enjoyment from their experiences in the outdoors. Gander Mountain, the nation’s largest retail network of stores for hunting, fishing, camping, marine and outdoor lifestyle products…
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Without A Badge

10 years ago I was anxious to open my first ever deer season as a game warden. It’s buck fever in whole different galaxy. I was stationed in Bottineau, and what a weekend it turned out to be. By 12Noon–the legal opener–I had caught a group that shot a deer, didnt have a tag and…
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Closed For The Season

State Mountain Lion Season Closed Immediately North Dakota’s 2006 mountain lion season is closed effective immediately, following harvest of a lion near New Salem on Thursday morning, Nov. 9. This marks the fifth cougar taken during the state’s second experimental season, and fills the quota of five animals set by the State Game and Fish…
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