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By Mike Peluso It’s a broken record, I know, and I can’t argue this at all. I said probably three fishing reports ago I was going make the switch over to ice fishing. Well, that hasn’t happened quite yet, but looking out my window this morning it’s definitely ice fishing season. I was supposed to...

We are a hearty bunch. When temperatures drop and the ice begins to form, it doesn’t signal the end to spending time hunting and fishing. It’s…

By Nick Simonson The lure of that first ice fishing opportunity has lost some of its pull on me.  Where in the past I’d be one of the first anglers sliding out onto the newly-formed ice, these days I’m more comfortable taking my time getting out there.  In part due to my cautious nature, having...

By Doug Leier We are a hearty bunch. When temperatures drop and the ice begins to form, it doesn’t signal the end to spending time hunting and fishing. It’s just a transition. One of those transitions taking place now is the wait for darkhouse spearfishing. When the first spearing season opened there was a set...

By Mike Peluso It’s a little bit of a repeat from last week’s fishing report. For you diehard ice fishermen, things are starting to happen. For you diehard open water fishermen, things are still happening. This week I found myself checking a few smaller bodies of water up and around the Devils Lake area. Things...

The Breckenridge-Wahpeton Storm wrestling team kicked off its inaugural season as a cooperative with a 45-18 loss to West Fargo Tuesday, Nov. …

By Mike Peluso We have had a decent week of weather. A few guys have been out probing both the open and frozen waters. I’m not quite ready to venture out on the ice. I do so much ice fishing starting mid-December and running into mid-March, that I’ll wait until it’s thick enough for the...

By Mike Peluso I know our open water days are limited. The long-range forecast does have a couple nice days in there, but it’s definitely turning colder and my brain is slowly shifting to the hard water season. The walleyes are still biting on the Missouri River however. It seems the fish are really mixed...

By Mike Peluso Into the start of November, fishing remains good to decent on the Missouri River near Bismarck. Walleyes are slowly making it closer to Bismarck. Remember with the low water, it’s river all the way down past Beaver Bay now. This really changes the game. Fish of all sizes and variety are being...