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March 15 is the deadline for removing North Dakota fish houses from the ice

Fish houses may be used after March 15 if they are removed daily, when not occupied, the department said.

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Contributed/North Dakota Game and Fish Department

BISMARCK — March 15 is the deadline for anglers to remove unoccupied fish houses from North Dakota waters, the Game and Fish Department said in a reminder.

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Event included a catfish excursion on the Red River with volunteer guides from the Red River Catfish Club and a morning shooting clay targets at the Dakota Sporting Clays range west of Grand Forks.

Fish houses may be used after March 15 if they are removed daily, when not occupied, the department said.

In addition, anglers are encouraged to look around and clean up the site if any trash is found left behind.

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