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Northland Outdoors

Fish caught in deep water may not survive because of the extreme change in water pressure, which causes the swim bladder to expand.
Chad Koel explains how he makes goose casserole, bacon-wrapped goose and pan-fried goose, his personal favorite.
The midwinter survey tallied 81,000 Canada geese and 7,000 mallards in North Dakota, compared with the 10-year average since 2012 of 123,100 Canada geese and 24,700 mallards.
Fergus Falls man died last week at 92; wrote a book detailing duck hunting in the Dakotas in the good old days

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Recently released video by the Voyageurs Wolf Project offers an intimate look at the busy lives of wolves, bears, moose, otters and lynx that call the national park home.
Here are the two big questions about these little birds: How do they survive the cold? And where do they go in the summer?
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Lonnie Dupre is filming the impact of climate change on the Polar Inuit people he met in Greenland 20 years ago.
Casey Anderson said that because the region didn't receive snow until mid to late December has helped retain food sources for deer.
The changes follow a wildlife-section reorganization that began about three years ago by DNR managers whose intent was to align the section's staffing, fleet and other expenses with available money.
In a text message Friday morning, Brett Alsleben of Points North Services said they are trying to get the road back open by the end of the weekend.

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The 2022 population goal setting includes the Arrowhead and north-central regions.
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Vaughn Murray’s limo fish house, which is parked within casting distance of his dock on the Ontario side of the Rainy River, has four holes and electric heat.
Four deer in the freezer between two states and some opportunities lost left me with a lot to look back on from the 2021 archery season.

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