Sunday morning January 1 at 7AM we’ll catch up with Game and Fish furbearer biologist Stephanie Tucker and talk about mountain lions in North Dakota. Bob Timian Cheif of Enforcement checks in and we talk CRP with Scott Mceloud from Ducks Unlimited. And as always we bring the latest from across the state with Pat Stockdill and our Central Dakota Outdoors report.
Saturday January 2 around 6PM after UND hockey the weekend edition of Outdoors Live will check in with Stephanie Tucker Game and Fish furbearer biologist with insight on the expanding coyote population. Jesse Beckers from Pheasants Forever and MN DNR Conservation Officer Phil Seefledt as well. And as always we bring the latest from across the state with Pat Stockdill and our Central Dakota Outdoors report. You can catch it again Sunday morning at 7AM.
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Saturday December 12 around 4PM the weekend edition of Outdoors Live will check in with bob Backman from Riverkeepers. Also Dave Aberle from Scheels tells us how to get into predator hunting the right way. And Scott Gangle from our Fisheries Division with a look inside spearfishing and as always we bring the latest from across the state with Pat Stockdill and our Central Dakota Outdoors repory. You can catch it again Sunday morning at 7AM
September 26 the weekend edition of Outdoors Live Saturday at 4PM. We welcome biologist Lynn Schlueter with some waterfowl hunting reminders also we check in with Miles from Minot for a little update on field conditions in central North Dakota. All that and our central dakota outdoors report with Pat Stockdill. Catch it again Sunday morning at 7AM.
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This weekend on Outdoors Live we’ll bring you Annette Schilling from Medora with in depth look at all there is to do outdoors in the Medora area this summer. It’s not just the musical and golfing, there is birding and hiking and more. Craig Bjur from Fargo Park District sets the calendar with ATV safety training, hunter education and the upcoming trout fest. Bob All that and a Central Dakota Outdoors report from Pat Stockdill on Saturday at 9PM and Sunday morning at 7-8:30AM
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I grew up on the trap line with my dad in LaMoure and Dickey county in the early 80s. Times have changed and the urbanization, high gas, low fur prices combined mean taking off every night to check traps doesn’t occur much anymore these day’s.
For Christmas as some of the past posts documented we got my son a live trap to catch critters in the back yard. I used to catch rabbits, black birds, squirrels–and whatever else was curious enough to get in the box. Most of the winter he came up snake eyes. As most trappers will agree a rabbit in town has plenty of feeding options so they are not as easy to catch as one would assume. Plus I pretty much let him forge his own way. He began with putting corn(bait) pretty much all over the yard and the rabbit was often seen hanging out right outside the box trap.
To cut to the chase, last night he struck gold…for a kid with a live trap…and caught his first rabbit. We waited until after school was out to let him check, and the real life biology lesson evolved with the skinning and prep for the grill. All in all, he’s now officially a trapper. Makes me proud..and grampa Leier too!
along with the rest of society i’m on twitter with my name dougleier. have been for a few months. and tweet usually each day. its more user friendly than facebook–which i’m on alsow with my real name. dont need any alias or multiple accounts. so if you so deisre.