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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.
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.

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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.
Gov. Tim Walz's plan would benefit state parks, forests, boat landings and fish hatcheries and tackle climate issues.
A Huron, S.D., resident speculated the rocks that the city placed in the James River next to the dam, paired with a lack of oxygen, were largely responsible for the pileup.
Hunters are surveyed about their hunting activity because understanding how many animals were removed from the population is an important ecological piece of information.
A fresh coating of a few inches of snow would boost the conditions back to excellent.
With new boat registrations coming in and the state Legislature in session, it’s a busy time at the North Dakota Game and Fish Department.

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In this segment, host Mike Anderson of the NDGF talks with Missouri River System fisheries biologist Russ Kinzler.
Feeding and attractant bans are aimed at slowing the spread of chronic wasting disease.
Bird feed along Minnesota roadways makes pheasants more vulnerable to predators, disease and traffic, while doing little to help. It’s rare to find starved pheasants; cold is the real menace.

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