STAFF BLOG OUTDOORS WITH SAM COOK Gunflint Pines Resort loses a good friend
I received this note from Shari Baker at Gunflint Pines Resort on the Gunflint Trail north of Grand Marais today about the loss of their family dog:
"With heavy heart, we must report that we lost Sot... Posted on 1/22/16 at 2:46 PM
STAFF BLOG AG RIGHT WITH AGWEEK REPORTER JONATHON KNUTSON Of elk, expansion and extirpation
I've just finished writing my next Agweek cover story, which looks at a controversial plan to expand the wild elk herd in northwest Minnesota.
Supporters say more elk would lead to more hunting and t... Posted on 1/19/16 at 12:13 PM
STAFF BLOG COMPASS POINTS: NEWS FROM THE GREAT OUTDOORS WITH HERALD OUTDOOR WRITER BRAD DOKKEN DNR extends comment period on elk management plan
If you want to comment on the proposed new plan for managing Minnesotas elk herd, youve got a few more weeks to do so.
The Department of Natural Resources announced today its extending the deadline... Posted on 12/23/15 at 1:36 PM
NDSU NEWS NDSU to offer secure storage for on-campus student hunters
North Dakota State University students who are hunters will soon have a secure place on campus to store their firearms and bows. On Thursday, Oct. 14, at 10 a.m., NDSU will officially open a storage s... Posted on 10/8/10 at 3:40 PM
The key to successful deer hunting is preparation, and the most successful hunters almost always look at the pastime as a year-round pursuit that goes far beyond the hunt. With that in mind, the publishers of Deer & Deer Hunting magazine have launched a series of “Deer & Deer Hunting Education” online courses.
At the same time that N.D. deer license numbers first inched higher than 140,000, a new program called Sportsmen Against Hunger came on the scene, working with local wildlife clubs and deer processors to develop a way for hunters to donate venison to community food pantries.
It’s a safe assumption that few hunters ever leave home thinking, “I just might end up in a hunting accident today.” That’s how it should be with hunting, as well. “It can’t happen to me,” is not the best attitude to bring to the field.
North Dakota’s 16½-day deer gun season opens at noon Friday and ends Nov. 24. The Game and Fish Department this year offered 59,500 tags, a decline of 5,800 from last year and the lowest since 1983. By comparison, Game and Fish offered a record 145,250 deer gun licenses in 2004
When Tim Bernhardt spent a couple of years living in Colorado, he’d schedule his time off to return to Grand Forks for North Dakota’s deer season rather than Christmas. This year, though, Bernhardt, of Grand Forks, didn’t draw a deer tag.
GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- A Grand Forks architect says he won’t go hunting with the presidents of the University of North Dakota and North Dakota State University anymore after a political blogger questioned the appropriateness of such a relationship given the contracts the architectural firm has won from both universities.
As firearms deer seasons approach, retailers across the region say supplies of most rifle ammo are improving, but hunters who wait until the last minute still could have a tough time finding what they want.
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