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  • Daily Edge for Mon. Mar. 25 March 25, 2019
    CHILL.  Don’t fret, spring will return this week as nervous anglers start eyeing waters – for flooding and for the first runs of fish.  We cover both topics in today’s Three Things. Featured Photo:  Step Carefully.  Stay focused on current and drops when wade fishing in spring, especially with fluctuating water levels. Simonson Photo.  ... […]
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  • Daily Edge for Sun. Mar. 24 March 24, 2019
    SHOOTING STARS.  If you missed last night’s northern lights show (as much of SW ND did), you still have a chance to catch up on some of the state’s shooting start in both archery and trap as the former season comes to an end and the latter kicks off – we talk about those and... […]
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  • Vision, Stance & Mount Key to Early Trap Success March 23, 2019
    By Nick Simonson     The growing popularity of trap shooting, particularly with the advancement of the North Dakota State High School Clay Target League to dozens of schools in the state, has happened at a rapid pace.  Where three years ago only a few dozen shooters participated in the new high school sport, it... […]
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  • Daily Edge for Sat. Mar. 23 March 23, 2019
    FIVE-OH!  We’ll push the boundaries of our young spring today as temps soar on soft southerlies and more snow makes its way to water.  Additionally, an exciting sky display may be in store tonight as the northern lights fire up; we talk about that and more in today’s Three Things. Featured Photo: A bull bluegill... […]
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  • Daily Edge for Fri. Mar. 22 March 22, 2019
    WHAT’S HATCHING?  Warm temperatures continue into the weekend and it’s tough not to think spring.  We look at the NDG&F’s first report on fisheries, along with other spring activities in today’s Three Things. Featured Photo: Robins have returned to the region during the recent warm spell.  A sure sign that spring is here. Simonson Photo.... […]
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  • Daily Edge for Thu. Mar. 21 March 21, 2019
    WICKED WARM!  Save for a slight bump in the back half of the weekend, things look warm.  We check that out along with some acronym updates in today’s Three Things. Featured Photo: Expect snowy conditions – like those in the southern Missouri River valley pictured here – to subside under the warmth of the near-term... […]
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  • Our Outdoors: Five Crappie Favorites March 20, 2019
    By Nick Simonson One of spring’s first fish that anglers find schooling up in the shallows, rushing reed beds and staking out structure for spawning is the crappie.  Whether black or white, these fish are synonymous with fast spring fishing, and knowing what to use for them can help heat up any chilly day.  From... […]
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  • Daily Edge for Tue. Mar. 19 March 19, 2019
    SO LONG WINTER! Welcome to the last day of a season which has challenged outdoorsmen and wildlife alike, we’re glad you made it this far with us.  Spring starts tomorrow, and nothing major is showing up on our mid-term forecasts and the melt looks to be slow and steady, at least for the next week.... […]
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  • Rally Time! March 18, 2019
    By Nick Simonson The average male lifespan in the United States is right around 78 years.  That puts me at about halftime, assuming I have the average game clock allotted to me, and if I have less, this midpoint message is all the more important.  Because, caught up in the madness of March, I’m recharged... […]
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  • Daily Edge for Sun. Mar. 17 March 17, 2019
    BLAST AWAY!  We’re less than two weeks out from the start of the North Dakota State High School Clay Target League spring season, and all around the state young shooters are getting ready for competition.  We walk through some spring shooting prep in today’s Three Things. Featured Photo: Shooters take aim at a new clay... […]
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