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    I was having a conversation with a friend of mine about our attitudes and perceptions. The back-and-forth went from complaining about the weather to a fear of flying, and it got me to thinking about hunting. A bright sunny day with no wind is usually not very good for duck hunting in October...
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    I've hunted pronghorn in southwestern North Dakota, and seen them in the wild in McIntosh County and Sargent counties, east of the Missouri River and well away from their population center in the state. I've also heard of people spotting them in Steele and Traill counties in years past, and no...
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    Most hunters don't apologize if their conversations drift to the coming fall hunting season while they are still enjoying summer fishing, camping or one of many other outdoor activities. We're prone to keeping one eye on the bobber and another on the calendar while our imagination ponders what...
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    Here it is barely summer--the calendar says summer began June 21-- and a lot of us are already looking ahead to what the fall hunting season might provide. While some prospects are risky to try to pin down just yet, spring weather conditions can give us some ideas about how various species have...
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    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. What each person strives for is time outdoors that fills their definition of a quality experience. How that's defined, only you decide. For...
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    By Doug Leier The popularity of North Dakota's Private Land Open to Sportsmen program has created somewhat of an expectation for hunters. While PLOTS acres and other public access areas are popular with North Dakota hunters, those who want to broaden their opportunities will work to...
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    By Doug Leier As a life-long resident of North Dakota, I take pride in knowing that hunters contribute more to our outdoor heritage than just license dollars. This fall, Game and Fish will send 1,000 survey packets to pheasant hunters and 600 to sharp-tailed grouse and Hungarian partridge...
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