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    Last week's column on the North Dakota Game and Fish Department's Private Land Open to Sportsmen (PLOTS) program generated some questions about other agency efforts to work with private landowners. The PLOTS program falls under the Game and Fish Department's Private Land Initiative, which is...
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    Not long ago I had a conversation with caller on the current status of the North Dakota Game and Fish Department's popular Private Land Open to Sportsmen program. Rather than try to explain the long history of the PLOTS program, which in its current form got its start nearly 20 years ago, I...
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    Next to sunflowers, Private Lands Open to Sportsmen signs are probably the most visible yellow objects found across the prairies of North Dakota this autumn. Over the past years, PLOTS signs have become synonymous with quality habitat open for hunting access. The signs mark the boundaries of...
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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 The much anticipated annual North Dakota Private Land Open To Sportsmen or PLOTS Guide is now available. The PLOTS program has about 735,000 acres for 2014, which is down slightly from 760,000 acres last fall The printed version likely won't hit the usual outlets such as...
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    by Doug Leier Pheasants, ducks, geese, deer and other game animals get much of the wildlife press in North Dakota, but if publicity was based on numbers alone, the state's "other" wildlife would capture the headlines more frequently. Biologists categorize more than 80 percent of North...
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