Duck Regs

This weekends resident opener brought a number of concerns from hunters over ID. That is, it was difficult to ID ducks with the hazy, rainy, misty and low light of AM conditions. Some hunters waited for conditions to improve or those can’t miss ID of blue winged teal or drake mallards to come into the…
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2006 Waterfowl Opener-not About The Ducks

Few will remember the 2006 waterfowl opener—less the NDSU vicotry over Ball State. My most vivid memory of 2006 opener is that of the Twist of Fate hunt for the physically challenged. 9 hunters from three states spent a few day’s south of Leonard/Kindred in the sandhills area where a group of guy’s N gals…
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Inside The Waterfowl Opener

48 hours from the ND duck opener and I think it should be good one. Weather forecast is poor for watching FB, good for duck hunting. Duck production was good, and even with a drought the point most miss is that Canada duck production was even better. Combine that with low water levels in North…
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Dead Bear

Check out the Dickinson Press http://www.thedickinsonpress.com/A black bear was spotted last week near Hannover, ND. Now one was found hit near Hebron on I94. Black bear sightings are more common in RRValley than western ND. They’re more of a woodland bear than a rough country bear such as rocky mountain grizzlies. One note on the…
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Big Cats

If you havent heard, the first cat, of the 2nd North Dakota mountain lion season has been taken. I always like to remind people that if you wonder why mountain lions are re-establishing territory in North Dakota to look west. Further than the badlands. Decades of attacks on mountain lion hunting, trapping and the means…
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