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Northland Outdoors

While larger communities may have several hunter education classes, many North Dakota towns may have only one course each year.
In the Blackduck area, new snow improved trail conditions, and snowmobilers were out on the trails despite the mercury dropping below zero over the weekend.
Shane Johnson of Minot caught 19-pound, 8-ounce burbot Jan. 3 from the Garrison Dam Tailrace.
As part of the bill, Legislative Management would consider studying laws to explore the feasibility of implementing an appointed Game and Fish Commission to oversee the department.

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While outdoors enjoying winter activities it’s important to keep your distance from wintering wildlife. Mike Anderson explains in this week’s segment of North Dakota Outdoors.
Noah Moss of Aitkin, Minnesota, caught the 54-inch muskie Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2022, on Lake Plantagenet near Bemidji.
I’ve had three reports of snowy owls this winter: two in North Dakota and one in Minnesota.
The Superior native died in 1956, but his writing still has a huge following.
The legislation bolsters CWD research and prioritizes funding for state and tribal wildlife agencies that have the highest incidence and greatest risk of CWD.
Black Water Customs is named after Lake of the Woods, which is known for its stained, dark-colored water.

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After a generally quiet January for most of the region we'll see a surge of bitter cold temperatures returning this weekend.
The Legislature is considering new laws on everything from boating, rough fish and copper mining to deer hunting and ATV trails.
The marathon starts Sunday, Jan. 29. Fifty-eight mushers are registered in the four race categories: the marathon, the 120, the Junior 120 and the 40.

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