North Dakota Baitfish Rules

May 4, 2016 by  
Filed under Featured, Other Fishing

North Dakota Baitfish Rules

In late March, the State Game and Fish Department issued a reminder to anglers about the state’s baitfish rules, particularly relating to live white suckers, which are illegal to use anywhere in North Dakota except the Red and Bois de Sioux rivers. Fisheries division chief Greg Power said at the time that the regulation has […]

Fall Fishing Ideas

September 8, 2015 by  
Filed under Bass Fishing, Featured, Walleye Fishing

Fall Fishing Ideas

It’s time to start planning our fall fishing trips: Where we’ll go, what we’ll fish for, and how we’ll present our baits. Fall fishing in northern Minnesota, northern Wisconsin, and North Dakota might be kicking in now. In southern Minnesota, South Dakota, north Iowa, and southern Wisconsin, it will start in two or three weeks, […]

Fishing Don’t Always Know What They’re Supposed to Do

August 4, 2015 by  
Filed under Featured, Walleye Fishing

Fishing Don’t Always Know What They’re Supposed to Do

Down through the years we’ve been taught that fish do certain things at certain times of the year, and that there are certain ways that we can catch those fish. Often those time-tested techniques for catching fish work well, but there are times when we need to do things a little or a lot differently […]

Fishing the Waters of North Dakota

Fishing the Waters of North Dakota

by Doug Leier In 1988 I was a sophomore in high school. I was more than happy to catch a few perch, walleye or northern pike, and sometimes even bullheads. It seems I never had a problem finding the yellow-bellied, numerous-yet-undesirable fish, even when the number of fishing waters was half what it is now. […]