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  • Daily Edge for Tue. 11/19 – Pre-Ice Prep November 18, 2019
    EYEING ICE.  While much of the ice remains unstable throughout the region right now, it’s the perfect time to get your gear set up for when hardwater sets in.  From augers to reels to bait, we’ve got the preseason prep covered in today’s Outdoors Roundup. Featured Photo:  Reel Ready.  Go over your ice gear now... […]
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  • Daily Edge for Mon. 11/18 – It’s Covered November 17, 2019
    REGION WRAP.  As a gusty but warm Monday sets up for the state, we cover outdoor news from around the region and check into one of the nation’s premier bird artists as part of our Outdoors Roundup.   Featured Photo:  B&W.  A young whitetail buck is caught on camera in black and white as the... […]
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  • Daily Edge for Sun. 11/17 – Right Way November 17, 2019
    BATTLE OF MIDWAY.  Welcome to the halfway point of your firearms deer season!  Conditions will be ideal for a sit or a stroll today, or for something else outdoors if you’ve tagged out.  We check out the week ahead and a fight for Sunday hunting out east in our Outdoors Roundup. Featured Photo:   BARKING. A... […]
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  • Dakota Uplander: Halftime Report November 16, 2019
    By Nick Simonson   The firearms deer season serves as the often spectacle-filled halftime show for the upland season in which wingshooters trade in their shotguns for rifles or exchange their #5 shot for slug ammunition.  Like the midpoint of a football game, the switch to deer season also gives those in the know a... […]
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  • Daily Edge for Sat. 11/16 – Welcome Weekend November 16, 2019
    SAY SATURDAY! Get ready for another good weekend as conditions align to help finish off your deer hunts and gear you up for the rest of the fall seasons.  We connect with the NDG&F deer plan going into 2020 along with some bad news for Montana’s moose and some meteor shower updates in today’s Outdoors... […]
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  • PLOTS Program Looks to Continue Upward Trend in 2020 November 15, 2019
    By Nick Simonson   With gains of nearly 30,000 acres in the Private Land Open to Sportsmen (PLOTS) program from 2018 to 2019, the North Dakota Game & Fish Department (NDG&F) is eyeing a continued increase of quality hunting lands for sportsmen across the state heading into 2020.  Now at about 791,000 acres of private... […]
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  • Daily Edge for Fri. 11/15 – Click & Learn November 14, 2019
    FRIDAY FUN FINDS. We learn more about our winged quarry in today’s Outdoors Roundup, checking out the life of a wild turkey, a new stunning movie on ducks in the Prairie Pothole region and the results of West Nile studies on ruffed grouse. Featured Photo:  GOBBLERS. A trio of turkeys work the edge of a... […]
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  • Our Outdoors: A World in Motion November 14, 2019
    By Nick Simonson   It’s almost like a switch turns off in my brain the second I settle in for a still hunt for deer, as was the case this opening weekend of the firearms season.  The rammy, caffeine-fueled fidgeter checks out and some zen-like observer of the world settles down in place of my... […]
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  • Daily Edge for Thu. 11/14 – Make Room November 14, 2019
    PACKED IN!  Hunters will be at it during this nice stretch, looking for deer on the move as the rut reaches its peak.  We’ve got the latest on that and more from around the region in today’s Outdoors Roundup. Featured Photo:  A flock of sharptailed grouse lounge in a roadside bush near Bowman. Photo by... […]
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  • Deer Hunting Q&A – Part 2 November 13, 2019
    By Doug Leier As the North Dakota deer season continues through Sunday, Nov. 24 some hunters have finished up while others continue to work hard at filling their tag. Here’s a few more answers to questions and situations hunters may find useful. Can I transport someone else’s deer? Yes, but you will need a transportation... […]
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