The Dakotan: This is Outdoor Issues with Neil Roberts and North Dakota Game and fish outreach biologist Greg Gullickson. Neil Roberts: Greg, your department has a popular new link on your website behind the badge. A neat way to find out inside stuff with game wardens. Tell us more about it. Greg Gullickson: You know, it's a really neat link, Neal, and a lot of great stories on there from some anglers catching their first fish to some of the things that Warden Steelhead. So certainly encourage you to log on in the game. Fish Department website and go to Behind the Badge. And this week, it's game warden Ken Scalzo. He's our district warden located in central North Dakota in he's preaching something that I preach all the time is avoiding trouble. We're in July, and hopefully everyone's got a chance to get out and enjoy lakes, rivers, all the different water bodies that we have at this time of year. There's a bunch of us that tend to get complacent about our boats, our trailers, you know, we've had them going up and down the road, but we need to check for damage lights, inspect your tires, the bearings and some of the other items. When we pull anything down the road. And for wardens, gouzer. Personally, I know him well. He does like to make sure that everything is hooked up correctly and working every time that you hook that boat or that watercraft or that trailer behind the boat. Neil Roberts: All right. Good stuff, Greg. And hey, more tips from game wardens when we come back. The Dakotan: You're listening to Outdoor Issues with Neil Roberts on the Dakotan Network. 00;01;30;22 - 00;01;39;03 Neil Roberts: Taking tips from game wardens today on outdoor issues. And Greg. One specific for those that are water enthusiasts. Greg Gullickson: Absolutely. Do you know, just make sure, like I mentioned before, everything's hooked up working correctly and that you're going down the road in safe manner and have that checklist available now. No upcoming report. We'll talk a little bit more about what do you need to look for. Neil Roberts: Good stuff, Greg. And that brings this report to a close until next night. I'm Neil Roberts. The Dakotan: You're listening to the Dakotan Network. Real. Honest. Local news.