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  • Daily Edge for Tue. 2/18 – On the Slide February 18, 2020
    ANOTHER DIP.  Things cool off today and tomorrow before recovering in the back half of the week.  In the meantime we’ve got updates from the G&F on 2019 violations dropping, including trespass to a recent low of 35; great photos from the US FWS and a preview of your weekend conditions in today’s Outdoors Roundup.... […]
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  • 30-Year Senator Addresses Sportsmen’s Issues in ND February 17, 2020
    By Nick Simonson     With North Dakota’s legislature meeting every other year, the winter of 2020 would seem like many to be a quiet one for the state’s lawmakers, but for Senator Larry Robinson of District 24, serving Barnes, southwestern Cass and northwestern Ransom Counties since 1989, his three decades of experience dictate otherwise.... […]
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  • Daily Edge for Mon. 2/17 – News Bites February 16, 2020
    BLOG JAM.  While things cool down, we’ve got the latest from a number of conservation groups as we take a tour around the NGO sphere and look into updated items on this Monday in our Outdoors Roundup. Featured Photo:  DID HE MAKE IT?  QDMA has tips on finding last season’s big bucks that made it... […]
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  • Daily Edge for Sun. 2/16 – Split Decision February 15, 2020
    WATER TALK.  It’s a great day to get on the ice again as temperatures stay decent and winds light out of the southeast.  As we venture out we also look around the state and see a tale of two watersheds as flooding concerns in the Missouri River basin are low as of now, but the... […]
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  • Epoxy Fry February 15, 2020
    By Nick Simonson Sometimes a fly isn’t just about fur and feathers.  With all the incredible synthetics and compounds we have available in the modern era of tackle crafting, we’ve been given the amazing ability to create something out of nothing, or to take that something and make it spectacular.  The epoxy fry is an... […]
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  • Daily Edge for Sat. 2/15 – Halfway February 14, 2020
    SWEET SATURDAY! Perfect conditions for some time on the ice are setting up for your Saturday, so take advantage of those and the quarter moon for a bump in the bite.  We’ve also got awesome eagle news from the east, a tally of bad behavior at home, and a view to what coyotes eat in... […]
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  • Spring Light Goose Opens Feb. 22 February 14, 2020
    NDG&F Release North Dakota’s spring light goose conservation order opens Feb. 22 and continues through May 10. Residents must have a valid current season 2019-20 (valid through March 31) or 2020-21 (required April 1) combination license; or a small game, and general game and habitat license. Resident youth under age 16 only need the general game... […]
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  • Daily Edge for Fri. 2/14 – Just Lovely February 13, 2020
    MAD LOVE.  We’ll be feeling the love today as temps warm up and a good weekend settles in over much of the region.  In the meantime, we’ve got news on CWD spreading along the ND/SD border, concerns over cuts to conservation in the President’s budget proposal and a last push by PF to get landowners... […]
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  • Our Outdoors: Handfuls of Summer February 13, 2020
    By Nick Simonson   Even with the rather kind spell that mother nature has afforded us over the last few weeks with no blizzards, light winds and even some melting temperatures scattered in here and there, winter can still feel a little long.  Spending afternoons huddled over an ice hole can wear on a die-hard... […]
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  • Daily Edge for Thu. 2/13 – Brrring It On! February 12, 2020
    CHILLY POTPOURRI.  We’ve got some cold temps today under a Canadian high pressure dome and a variety of news on this sudden (yet thankfully short-lived) return of winter.  Check out grants available to shooting sports teams, some questionable tourney antics and what’s coming up in the forecast in today’s Outdoors Roundup. Featured Photo:  END OF... […]
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