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Bright Ideas - Varmint Hunting

Sometimes an idea grows about like a dandelion. It’s not always a flash of light, and poof your suddenly thunderstruck with, ah ha -I got it.,,

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Staying HIP - In the Outdoor World

For almost a decade, migratory bird hunters have had to get HIP. No, not the “hip,” that loosely means “aware” or “fashionable” according the Webster’s Dictionary, but HIP, as in registered with the Harvest Information Program...

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Cold Dogs - Warm Faces - Coyotes in Montana

I was seated in a Small quiet café with a thick heavy woolen socks Scandinavian flavor. This is a very small town. It’s so close to the Canadian border they have an exchange rate for your coffee cup, and it’s a good one...

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What is the Minnesota state law on the use of cell phones and two-way radios while hunting?

Technology has improved hunting and fishing. But some pieces of equipment, such as cell phones and two-way radios, can become illegal if misused. What is the state law on the use of such communications devices?

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Current Hunting and Fishing Trends
In the mid-1980s video games were just taking off, and thankfully the quarter required pay to play was not really easy to pry out of my dad's pocket. Because of that, friends and school activities were the primary diversions that kept me from outdoor activities...

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Managing Wolves
Under another proposal which has been making news across the nation, the Rocky Mountain wolf population is a candidate for delisting. The boundary for this population  extends to Montana’s eastern border. Listing status outside this area would not change, so if the proposal goes through...

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Some Fresh Air - Red Fox Style
This is the 17th set-up and I have seen zip. This is going to be my last for the day. I have snow shoed so far my legs are stiff. Lying in the cold is getting to me.   Brown ribbons where the tractors do not plow surround the fields like a fence, god made it out of cattails. I have a perch with a very wide country view...

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Kayak Attack
Learning to uses the small boat for me was like a duck taking to water. Stable craft and stealthy in the respect that I could float up on waterfowl when hunting or nestle up to a sunken log when fishing. You need to be on more stable substrate when disembarking. Boarding is nothing more than lowering you, inside the hold...

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So you got a bear - Now what?
Bear meat can be delicious, especially if the bear is on the younger, tender side. Bear meat if chilled quickly, can make for some good cooking. Old bear, or poorly handled meat, is a horse of a different color. The best recipe I ever heard for cooking old boar bear steaks or roasts was this. Go to someone else’s home, slow roast the bear in their oven. Then throw the house away...

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Young Hunters | Recruitment and retention in the outdoor world
Two of the most often used buzzwords around state wildlife agency offices across the nation are recruitment and retention of hunters. Recruitment is attracting new hunters to replace those who move on or drop out. Retention is the process of keeping those who are current hunters interested in buying licenses and staying in the field...

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North Dakota Outdoors - 11 Predictions for 2007

I’ve always hesitated when it comes to making predictions, especially regarding hunting, fishing or trapping issues and seasons. However, I am not averse to letting others share their thoughts on what we might expect in 2007.

This week, we take a look ahead at what will likely be significant issues within the fisheries and wildlife divisions of the North Dakota Game and Fish Department, with fisheries chief Greg Power and wildlife division chief, Randy Kreil...

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From Doug Leier - Thank you North Dakota
I'm a thankful and appreciative kind of guy. I've always tried to see Lake Sakakawea, for instance, as the glass that’s still half full. As we advance past Thanksgiving into the holiday season, there's reason to give thanks for hunters, anglers, trappers and all who enjoy spending more time outside than in...

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Hunting - Late Season Opportunities
For many hunters November is a peak and valley, the best of times and the worst of times. As North Dakota’s popular deer gun hunting season opens and closes, thousands of hunters begin and end their hunting activities within the 16 ½ days the regular season takes place - Don't stop now!...

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What is hunting?
For some, hunting might imply getting a shot and I've even heard at times people suggest that unless you bring something home, how do you prove you were hunting? I'll save the argument of what constitutes success for another day. My point is, our Sunday afternoon strolls are hunting, and we need to adhere to...

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Mapping 101 - Part III - The Plot Thickens
Now the PLOT thickens. With a very wide brush stroke I covered a map page and basic compass functions. Here comes the big picture. Acquiring a topo map of a perspective area. For an initial choice scan some online topo maps at on-line map sources. There are many...

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