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  • ANS Rules Help Control Risk to ND Waters May 27, 2020
    By Doug Leier, NDG&F Dept.   I wasn’t surprised when health officials reported recently that North Dakota residents were mostly complying with social distancing guidelines. We’ve got a pretty good track record when it comes to doing what we can to protect ourselves.   The same could be said for anglers and boaters complying with... […]
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  • Daily Edge for Wed. 5/27 – May 26, 2020
    HEATING UP.  We maintain highs in the 70s this week with good conditions heading into a weekend warm-up. Along with a more stable scenario we’ve got word on how all those great platforms get made to help you launch your boat on ND waters, a look at drought conditions sneaking back into the state’s southwestern... […]
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  • Daily Edge for Tue. 5/26 – Movin’ On May 25, 2020
    BACK ON TRACK.  We’ll warm up today after Sunday’s front and Monday’s struggle to break out of the sixties, setting us up for a week in the 70s with a predicted warm spike for the weekend! We’ve got the forecast for today and the future along with upcoming archery excitement and a friendly reminder to... […]
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  • Daily Edge for Mon. 5/25 – In Memoriam May 24, 2020
    HEADED BACK UP.  While things will be post frontal for the end of your beginning of summer, we’ll see improvement throughout the week for time on the water.  We take a look at what you can do to prevent the spread of ANS, North Dakota-based studies on waterfowl nesting and grazing, and a view of... […]
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  • Daily Edge for Sun. 5/24 – Better Backhalf May 23, 2020
    RAINY ROUND THE REGION.  While rain will be the story for the top half of your Sunday, we’ve got the moves from the regional wildlife agencies that are making headlines in regard to walleyes, elk and turkeys in the tri-state area.  So pour that cup of coffee, click a link and get up to speed... […]
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  • Bridge the Gap to Better Fishing May 22, 2020
    By Nick Simonson   Bridges provide the many things that a variety of fish species need throughout the openwater season: shade from the sun, structure that attracts food items, holding places in varying depths, and current breaks to help them expend less energy.  For these reasons, any bridge can provide fast fishing and learning to... […]
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  • Our Outdoors: Close to Home May 21, 2020
    By Nick Simonson   I’m not much for travel, even in the outdoors.  Though it’s the safest way of getting from point A to point B, I sweat profusely while aboard just about any airplane, regardless of whether there’s fishing or hunting on the other side of the trip and often start dreading the flight... […]
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  • Daily Edge for Fri. 5/22 – Alignment May 21, 2020
    DOUBLE UP!  A great start to your holiday weekend is on tap for this Friday, with sun and moon times along with great conditions lining up to kick off the four-day stretch.  We’ve got more on our Double Edge Day plus concern for ND’s bats, a fun look at how hunters see things and what’s... […]
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  • Daily Edge for Thu. 5/21 – Wind Weakens May 20, 2020
    WEEKEND WATCH!  Excitement is building for the Memorial Day Holiday Weekend and conditions on either end of it should be great for the outdoors.  We’ll duck some rain and thunder on Saturday and Sunday, but opportunities on those days will exist, just keep an eye to the sky. We’ve got updates on fishing closures from... […]
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  • Eastern ND Poaching Ring to be Charged with 41 Counts May 20, 2020
    By Nick Simonson Criminal charges are expected to be filed against six Barnes County men for their involvement in the illegal taking of big game and other wildlife-related violations in recent months throughout the county, which allegedly includes the poaching of a number of whitetail deer.  Combined, the complaints against the individuals are anticipated to... […]
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