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By Nick Simonson   From the rush of a buck moving under my perch in the low crook of a large tree along a vast slough, to a covey of sharptailed grouse rising on a grassy hillside, to the excitement of a flushing pheasant breaking its way out of the cane on a mid-December hunt,...

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By Nick Simonson   While the North Dakota Deer Archery Season opens at noon on a Friday, I rarely get out for an afternoon hunt, like I do for the firearms opener.  The end of summer, the beginning of school, family events and the busy Labor Day weekend tend to curtail any hopes of getting...

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By Doug Leier, NDG&F Dept. The discovery of chronic wasting disease in deer in North Dakota 10 years ago was an unfortunate milestone. The disease is fatal to deer, elk, and moose and can lead to reduced populations if left unchecked. While there is no treatment, vaccine or feasible way to eliminate CWD, the state...

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BEST ONE.  When the clouds clear, today will be the best day of the long weekend, with highs near 80, light winds and a full sky of sun in the afternoon.  Take advantage as we look ahead to our day off and the upcoming week, along with other updates in our Outdoors Roundup. Featured Photo: ...

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By Nick Simonson   Registration for the North Dakota State High School Clay Target League (ND CTL) fall season is underway across the Peace Garden State, and while it is the smaller of the organization’s two programs, it provides many unique opportunities for participants, especially those who are new to the activity of trap shooting. ...