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  • North Dakota Game & Fish Department News: August 29, 2022

    Aug 29, 2022

    Fall Turkey season set, apply online North Dakota’s fall turkey season is set with 3,975 licenses available to hunters, 150 more than last year. Unit 21 (Hettinger and Adams counties) remains closed because of a low turkey population. Fall turkey hunters, including gratis applicants, interested in applying can submit an online application through the North Dakota Game and Fish Department’s website, The deadline is Sept. 7. Only North Dakota residents are eligible to apply in the first lottery. Nonresidents can apply for rem...

  • Crispin named to Summer 2022 BSC President's Honor Roll

    Aug 29, 2022

    Daryl Crispin, Carrington, N.D., has been named to the President's Honor Roll for the Summer 2022 semester at Bismarck State College. "Students named to the President's Honor Roll should be very proud of achieving this level of academic excellence. Not only does it represent their hard work this past semester, it opens the door to opportunities that will benefit them greatly moving forward," says BSC President Douglas J. Jensen. Students must maintain at least a 3.50 GPA on a 4.00 scale while enrolled in at least 12 semester hours of classes...

  • Sheyenne Stampede draws crowds

    Nathan Price|Aug 29, 2022

    On Saturday, Aug. 20, Sheyenne, N.D. became the destination for hundreds of rodeo enthusiasts and concert goers for the annual Sheyenne Stampede. Those who spent Saturday at Hendrickson Park enjoyed a jam-packed day of events, ranging from high-stakes barrel racing to a concert by platinum country music band, Little Texas. The day began with a Miss Sheyenne Stampede Horsemanship competition between Riley Widman of Buchanan and Bailey Hawn of Devils Lake. Widman took the honor and was crowned 202...

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  • The Peluso Report: Still In Season

    Mike Peluso|Aug 29, 2022

    It is hard to believe it's late August already. Kids are back in school, football season is starting, and the seasons are about to change. This means a few things for me. One, I don't stop guiding. In fact, I'm guessing since I guide for walleyes on the Missouri River in spring and fall, on Devils Lake all winter, and on both all summer, I probably log more time on the water than most. I love being able to change bodies of water all year long! I'm not done on Devils Lake or Sakakawea quite yet....

  • Southeast ND Set for Archery Deer Season

    Nick Simonson|Aug 29, 2022

    A winter filled with heavy snows across southeastern North Dakota is a distant memory, as the moisture packed in those drifts gave way to growing fields of grass and a greening landscape following the drought of 2021. This, along with spring and early summer rains, helped provide nearly ideal fawning habitat for the region's whitetail deer as ground cover grew tall to help conceal the young from predators and provide a boost to forage to help the herd recover from winter's stressors, according...

  • Brad's Bites: Floating Frogs for Cats

    Brad Durick|Aug 29, 2022

    Not much has changed with catfishing on the Red River since last week's reports. Water temperatures remain in the mid-70s and catfish are still in the middle of the river for the most part. If the weather is stable, they are in the heads of the holes and in the faster water. If there is a front that comes around, they are more to the middle of the hole or even up on the flat shallow water in the off-current areas. It's also a good idea to check for catfish on the back of an inside bend. All...