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    by Doug Leier Signs of spring honestly began weeks ago. For me, the first bald eagle pairs setting up their nests in February is proof that winter is losing its grip, and this year the turn of March brought unseasonably mild and record-breaking temperatures. The annual college basketball...
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    by Doug Leier Even with my North Dakota outdoors lineage, I'm guilty of sometimes losing sight of how fortunate we are to enjoy such a variety of opportunities. One of those is wild turkey hunting, both in spring and fall. Right now a lot of positive attention is directed at high duck...
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    By Doug Leier For the next month or so, winter predator hunting and the Feb. 16 calendar opening of the spring light goose conservation season are about the only game in town for most hunters. On the other hand, from the reports I'm hearing a lot of people are enjoying some time ice fishing...
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    by Doug Leier After a couple of cups of coffee and the usual bantering about weather at my favorite corner convenience store, a recent discussion turned to Game and Fish Department surveys. Not the kind for which biologists annually count deer or ducks, but the kind that just about every...
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    By Doug Leier The late winter winds blow anticipation across the desk of many hunters. It still looks like winter, but snow in February doesn't last nearly as long as a half-foot of the white stuff that falls in mid-November. Spring is inevitable. The start of the spring snow goose...
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    By Doug Leier Deer hunting likely generates more questions than any other hunting season and its popularity in terms of hunter numbers is unparalleled for North Dakota. Pheasant hunting, with expanding prairie opportunities made possible by warm winters and suitable habitat, has brought new...
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    Here's some favorite turkey recipes of ours. Turkey Recipe Ingredients: 9 to 13-lb Turkey* ½ cup butter, melted Old-Fashioned Dressing, ½ cup butter 3 cups finely chopped celery ¾ cup finely chopped parsley 1 cup finely chopped onion 1 tbls. salt 1 tbls. poultry seasoning 1 ts...
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    By Jason Phillips The still silence of the morning was interrupted by the distant sounds of a turkey making his presence known. Weeks of scouting and preparation had lead to this moment and everything seemed to be falling into place. I answered his call with a few scrapes on my slate. As the...
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