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  • Daily Edge for Mon. 9/23 – September 22, 2019
    RED HOT.  A taste of warmth returns to the region and continues the drying process as warm southerlies bring highs in the mid-70s, perfect for whatever casting you’d like to get in before more fall-like conditions return later this week.  We’ve got some journal tips, meteor watches and a quick whip-finish video to keep all... […]
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  • 2019 Brood Count: Behind the Numbers September 22, 2019
    By Nick Simonson   In recent years, the upper Midwest has faced its challenges impacting the populations of upland game species such as Hungarian partridge, sharptailed grouse and ringneck pheasants.  From the drought of 2017 hitting both North Dakota and South Dakota hard, to a long, snowy winter and equally wet spring and summer for... […]
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  • Daily Edge for Sun. 9/22 – Super Sunday September 21, 2019
    AIR DRIED.  Sunday will bring calm, sunny and warmer conditions to the area after a monster system moved through early yesterday morning dropping several inches of rain and bringing flash flooding to some parts of ND.  We look at what’s ahead for the week, some great past hunting and a picture-perfect opportunity in our Outdoors... […]
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  • Daily Edge for Sat. 9/21 – Feelin’ Ducky September 20, 2019
    SOAKER OF A SATURDAY.  Rain will be the highlight again today, along with wind as much of the day ends up doused and gusty, particularly the afternoon – great if you’re a duck hunter kicking off the season.  We tackle that and concerning reports of bird declines throughout the continent over the last half century... […]
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  • Hunters Must Be Stewards, Policemen September 20, 2019
    By John Bradley Although most hunters respect the land, property, and wildlife they are hunting, there are always a few bad actors who do not and in the process give all hunters a bad name. Fall is the ideal time to remind hunters and all outdoor recreationists to be good stewards of the land and... […]
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  • Daily Edge for Fri. 9/20 – Fish, Ducks & Cool Runnings September 19, 2019
    FUNCTIONAL FRIDAY.  We’ve got all the great information to keep your gears greased and cranking through today’s rain, from good initial fisheries survey reports for young-of-the-year fish, money for duck conservation and some fun runs on the horizon in today’s Outdoors Roundup. Featured Photo:  In the thick of it.  A pair of late-hatch pheasant chicks... […]
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  • Our Outdoors: Enjoy the Wow September 19, 2019
    By Nick Simonson   There are only three episodes in the current season of Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood. Typically, PBS releases five or six installments at a time, and most seasons have at least 10 shows in an entire run. However, right now there’s only three, which for those parents like me looking for some soft-glow,... […]
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  • Daily Edge for Thu. 9/19 – Cam Tips September 18, 2019
    TRAIL TALES.  While summer patterns may be breaking up – both in the weather and among local deer – trail cameras can help tell the story and continue to pattern those big bucks into and beyond the heart of the fall hunting season.  We cover three tips for the use of in-season trail cameras in... […]
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  • Thoughts on Duck Opener September 18, 2019
    By Doug Leier, NDG&F Dept. North Dakota’s duck season has an official beginning and end date. The last day, while officially designated on the calendar, typically falls sometime after freeze-up when most North Dakota-raised ducks and migrants from Canada have headed south. The opener, on the other hand, always has reason for anticipation. This year,... […]
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  • Daily Edge for Wed. 9/18 September 17, 2019
    WE’RE JACKED!  With a slight cool down from the last three days of summery sun and warm winds, it’ll be back to the field for grouse and – if the winds die off tonight – maybe a sit on stand.  We’ve got the latest words of warning and why you should wear a life jacket... […]
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