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Photo Courtesy of the North Dakota Game and Fish Department Water quality issues, habitat, forage availability and other issues will be taken into account to determine how fishing and area waters can better meet the expectations and needs of anglers.

Keeping the waterways full of fish

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Since the late 1990s a number of North Dakota lakes have lost their fisheries because of declining water levels. Now, after near-record snows last winter and abundant rain this summer and fall, many of them are "topped off" again and have the potential to support fish.


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