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Hunter Ed Class For Women Offered In Bismarck

Hunter Ed Class for Women Offered in Bismarck A hunter education course for women only is offered in May at the North Dakota Game and Fish Department’s main office in Bismarck. The course involves one evening of classroom instruction, self-paced internet classes, a written exam and an instructional clinic for shooting shotguns, rifles and muzzleloaders.…
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Have You Seen? Red River And Missouri River System Preview

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Graner Bottoms Boat Ramp To Be Closed Two Day’s

The Graner Bottoms boat ramp located south of Mandan will close Monday, April 25 for approximately 2-4 days for minor repairs. The timing of the project is aimed to coincide with lower releases from Garrison Dam, which will aid in the completion of the project. Although this work may cause a temporary inconvenience for anglers,…
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Report Bald Eagle Nest Sightings

Game and Fish Department conservation biologist Sandra Johnson said the department is looking for locations of nests with eagles present, not individual eagle sightings. “Eagles are actively tending to eggs or their young in April,” Johnson said, while noting it is easy to distinguish an eagle nest because of its enormous size. ​ Historically, Johnson…
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Missouri River System Walleye Tagging Study Continues

North Dakota Game and Fish Department fisheries biologists are on the final leg of a four-year walleye tagging study on the Missouri River and Lake Oahe. South central district fisheries biologist Paul Bailey said this spring’s goal in North Dakota is to tag 4,000 adult walleye, which would bring the four-year total covering the entire…
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