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Category: Outdoors

Sportsmen Voice Concerns at Stanley Meeting 

Issues include elk licenses, electronic posting  STANLEY – A complaint about electronic posting opened the public comment portion of a North Dakota Game and Fish Advisory Board meeting here Tuesday.   In his opening remarks, Jeb Williams, NDGF director, talked about the state’s electronic posting law that went into effect…
December 2, 2022

North Dakota Game and Fish News 

Fishing Tournaments Require 30-Day Notice  Organizers planning fishing tournaments, including ice fishing contests this winter, must submit an application, along with fishing tournament regulations, to the North Dakota Game and Fish Department at least 30 days prior to the start of the event.  The 30-day advance notice allows for review…
November 28, 2022

The Process of Rescue 

Fire Department Conducts Ice Break Drill  lydia.hoverson@mydakotan.com   MINOT – The fire department is preparing for rescues on ice this year, seeing ice danger as a bigger threat than some may realize.  Jason Babinchak, Minot Fire Department battalion chief, said people falling through ice is an extreme danger, and the department…
November 24, 2022

Early Ice Awareness 

Safety Advice from North Dakota Game and Fish  Outdoor enthusiasts need to be aware of early ice conditions before traveling onto and across North Dakota waters.  A few reminders include:  Edges firm up faster than farther out from shore.  Snow insulates ice, which in turn inhibits solid ice formation, hiding…
November 24, 2022

More Than Hunting and Fishing 

Tioga NDGF Advisory Board Meeting  kimfundingsland@mydakotan.com Sportsmen gathered at the Tioga Community Center for a North Dakota Game and Fish Department Advisory Board meeting on Monday. (Photo: Kim Fundingsland/The Dakotan)  TIOGA – The North Dakota Game and Fish Department kicked off its fall round of Advisory Board meetings in this…
November 23, 2022

Late Season Hunting Dates, Mountain Lions 

North Dakota Game and Fish  The statewide duck and white-fronted goose seasons close Dec. 4. However, duck hunting in the high plains unit reopens Dec. 10 and continues through Jan. 1.  In addition, the season for Canada geese closes Dec. 17 in the eastern zone, Dec. 22 in the western zone and Dec.…
November 21, 2022

ND Game and Fish Rule Change Proposals 
Administrative Rules Hearing Set Dec. 16 

BISMARCK -- The North Dakota Game and Fish Department will hold a public hearing to address proposed new rules and amendments to Title 30 of the North Dakota Administrative Code. The hearing is scheduled for 1:15 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 16 at the agency's main office in Bismarck.   The purpose…
November 15, 2022

Game and Fish Advisory Board Meetings Announced 

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department Advisory Board will host public meetings this fall at eight locations across the state. In addition, the district 7 meeting in Bismarck will be streamed live on the Game and Fish website, gf.nd.gov.  These public meetings, held each spring and fall, provide citizens…
November 14, 2022

Migration the Real First Snowfall 

Geese on the move  MINOT – It happens every spring and fall, waterfowl on the move in the Central Flyway that crosses North Dakota.It is the fall migration that attracts the most attention, with great flocks of snow and blue geese dominating the skies and fields in much of the…
November 8, 2022

Lake Sakakawea Below Average  

2022 runoff at 75%  RIVERDALE – Lake Sakakawea avoided what was on track to be very low summer water levels this year, thanks to a big dose of precipitation that boosted June runoff into the state’s largest reservoir.  Nevertheless, annual runoff in the Missouri River Basin for 2022 is projected…
November 3, 2022
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