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1. The North Dakota Democratic Party endorsed two candidates for statewide offices on Friday, but postponed nominations for six other seats cu…

By Nick Simonson If you’ve ever watched the top of a tip-up spin after a pike has taken the offering below, be it frozen smelt, herring or perhaps even a hot dog, you often wonder when the metal circular blur is going to stop. Sometimes the process takes well over thirty seconds before the whirring...

Anytime skin is exposed to very cold temperatures, there is a risk of frostbite. Most commonly fingers, toes, nose, ears, cheeks and chin are …

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By Nick Simonson   Time on the ice is enjoyable in part due to the conditions faced, the challenges overcome and the understanding of the efforts it sometimes requires to find fish and catch them.  Through experience the climb up the icy learning curve provides little shortcuts, suggestions and whispers from the fishing universe that...

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By Nick Simonson   The rooster rose from the drain’s snow-filled cattails near my feet and curled out in front of me, banking against the northwest gusts that spurred the addition of new layers which my scattergun snagged on as I attempted to raise it to my shoulder.  The slick thumb pad of my second...

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THAT’S SUPER!  Today will be an ideal one with warm temperatures and light winds with little chance of precipitation.  Make the most of it and get casting!  On that note we talk superlines today – what works, what’s needed, and what to be aware of. Featured Photo:  NO STRETCH.  Superlines like Fireline and PowerPro are...