New Rules for ND Deer Hunting License Applications

May 7, 2014 by  

New Rules for ND Deer Hunting License Applications

by Doug Leier A new law came into effect on April 1st that requires a North Dakota driver’s license number or state-issued photo ID number for most people wanting to buy a resident hunting or fishing license. Since this new law directly affects the deer license application process that will take place over the next […]

Key Tips for Catching More Fish This Season

May 5, 2014 by  

Key Tips for Catching More Fish This Season

by Bob Jensen  It’s the beginning of yet another open water fishing season and anglers have high expectations for fishing over the next few months.  Many have new rods, reels or lures that they’re anxious to try, and some have new or new-to-them boats, motors, depth finders and electric motors.  Some of the products that […]

North Dakota Bighorn Sheep Population Virtually Unchanged from 2013 Levels

April 30, 2014 by  

North Dakota Bighorn Sheep Population Virtually Unchanged from 2013 Levels

by Doug Leier In terms of sheer hunter interest and popularity, the question of, “How’d the deer and pheasants make it through the winter?” is asked more often than, “What’s the latest on the bighorn sheep population?” It’s not because people don’t care about bighorn sheep. On the contrary, you’ll find interest from hunters and […]

Plastic Baits for More Fishing Success

April 29, 2014 by  

Plastic Baits for More Fishing Success

by Bob Jensen Through the years, wherever and whenever anglers go fishing, live bait has always been the go-to bait when fishing gets tough. It’s still that way in many fishing situations—pure and simple: live minnows, nightcrawlers, leeches, crickets, crawdads, and whatever else catches fish. But plastic bait is taking the place of live bait […]