For most corners of North Dakota, the 2013 winter has extended well beyond the calendar declaration of spring.
The Dickinson Press, 04/04/2013
Many people who don’t hunt or fish are still familiar with national conservation organizations like Ducks Unlimited, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and Pheasants Forever.
The Dickinson Press, 03/27/2013
While it feels like spring should soon begin taking hold across North Dakota, the fact of the matter is you’d be really depressed if you counted how many day’s it is until fourth of July or even the start of school in August and we’re not even into April yet. It’s a testament to how slowly time arrives and how quickly it fades into the rear view mirror. The point is it’s never to think ahead whether it’s summer fishing or fall hunting.
The Dickinson Press, 03/21/2013
In the spring of 1999, I was working as a game warden when the first ever spring light goose conservation season arrived. The purpose then and still to this day is to reduce light goose (snow goose) populations during the spring as the birds migrate toward their nesting grounds in Canada.
The Dickinson Press, 03/14/2013
The deadline to submit an application for the 2013 North Dakota moose, elk and bighorn sheep license lottery is March 27.
The Dickinson Press, 03/07/2013
Penning an outdoors column each week may seem daunting to some, but even with 52 opportunities in a given calendar year to generate topics and information to pass along, at times I actually wish I had more time and room.
The Dickinson Press, 02/28/2013
The legislative process in North Dakota only takes place every two years. With that in mind, all hunters, anglers, trappers and anyone else who spends time outdoors, has an opportunity to engage in the process now, rather than later this year after bills become law and changes in how you spend time outdoors are already implemented.
The Dickinson Press, 02/20/2013
As February begins you’ve noticed the days, both in front and in back, are adding sunlight and the balance of winter begins to shift toward spring.
The Dickinson Press, 02/13/2013
If I tried to list all the organizations and clubs just in North Dakota that are working to advance the cause of fishing, hunting, trapping, conservation, education and training, I’d likely fill most of this column.
The Dickinson Press, 02/06/2013
For the next month or so, winter predator hunting and the Feb. 16 calendar opening of the spring light goose conservation season are about the only game in town for most hunters.
The Dickinson Press, 01/31/2013
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