Finding Fulfillment in the Great Outdoors

November 12, 2014 by  
Filed under Featured, Other Hunting

Finding Fulfillment in the Great Outdoors

By Doug Leier Hunting conversations sometimes have a number of words that are owned and defined by the hunter and the context in which they are used. For instance, a “nice deer” or a “big buck” may not even be on the same page in the same conversation between any two hunters. Sometimes, people are […]

Hunting seasons – Banquets & Board Meetings

January 12, 2012 by  
Filed under Valley Outdoors

Hunting seasons – Banquets & Board Meetings

by Doug Leier While many hunters and anglers associate spring and summer with fishing season and fall with hunting season, truth be told, in North Dakota fishing is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week and 365 days each year. And while hunting season is generally considered a fall season, with small game […]

Hunting Sunrises & Sunsets

April 2, 2009 by  
Filed under Duck Hunting

Hunting Sunrises & Sunsets

By Chris Hustad If you’ve read about the 5 stages each hunter goes though in his or her life, you’ll understand how we progress as individuals and how we relate to our surroundings. One thing that seems to never get old to me is watching the sun rise or set when I’m out and about […]

Watch What You’re Shooting At

February 15, 2009 by  
Filed under Pheasant Hunting

Watch What You’re Shooting At

By Perry Thorvig It sure was nice of the State of North Dakota to close PLOTS lands to non-resident hunters on the opening of the North Dakota pheasant season last year. It kept a lot of NRs out of the state. We, however, had private land to hunt thanks to North Dakotan Chuck Gosen and […]