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Threat Of Exotics In State Waters Continues

  Outdoor water recreationists are once again reminded to help prevent the introduction and spread of aquatic nuisance species in North Dakota. Current regulations require: ·         All aquatic vegetation must be removed from boats, personal watercraft, trailers and fishing equipment such as fishing poles, bait buckets, lures and waders before leaving a body of water.…
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Rainbow Smelt Die-off Occurring In Lake Sakakawea

A fish kill affecting adult rainbow smelt is ongoing in portions of the upper half of Lake Sakakawea, according to Dave Fryda, Missouri River System fisheries supervisor for the North Dakota Game and Fish Department. Fryda said the cause of the die-off has been documented numerous times in North Dakota in the past. “The vast majority…
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First Fish Certificate

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department is reminding parents to capture their little angler’s first catch on a specially designed First Fish certificate. First Fish has no qualifying weights or measurements. The only requirement is the successful landing of a North Dakota fish. Certificates are available to all who request them, and have ample room…
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Have You Seen? South East North Dakota Fishing Preview

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2016 FREE Fishing Edition Of North Dakota Outdoors Magazine

  The 2016 Special Fishing issue for March-April of North Dakota Outdoors magazine is available FREE online right now. It’s a “keeper” with a feature  Beyond Wetting A Line”  by fisheries division chierf Greg Power.   Fishing isn’t the same as catching. And, at times, catching isn’t the same as harvesting. However, if you’re an experienced…
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