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Posted by Mike Jensen on March 29, 2017
I had the opportunity last May to try my hand at paddlefishing near the confluence of the Yellowstone and Missouri rivers near Williston, North Dakota. This had been one of my personal bucket list activities, not only because of the possibility of catching a hundred-plus-pound fish, but also to... Read More
Posted by Alicia Ewen on March 13, 2017
The middle of nowhere isn’t exactly a place that makes it to a lot of bucket lists. But it did make it on my to-do list this past weekend in the name of some good fishing. To be more specific, my “middle of nowhere” destination was Lake Sibley. It’s about 9 miles of dirt roads and open fields... Read More
Posted by Fred Walker on December 09, 2016
    North Dakota’s fourth season has quietly been absent as of late with only a dusting of snow at times, following prediction after prediction of mass hysteria of biblical amounts of snowfall. Well, it looks as though we will actually have a winter in 2016-2017 even though it started a... Read More
Posted by Sara Otte Coleman on October 25, 2016
   Yep, I love Watford City, North Dakota! This western gem has figured out how to retain its charm and personality while expanding its offerings. Watford City is nestled in North Dakota's beautiful Badlands 20 miles north of Theodore Roosevelt National Park's North Unit on Highway 85.... Read More
Posted by Scooter Pursley on September 22, 2016
Some people may argue, but fall is the best time of year. The only downside to fall in North Dakota is … well, there is not a downside really. Days are warm, nights are cool and the foliage is amazing. It’s important that we enjoy every minute of this colorful time of year. A mosaic of reds and... Read More
Posted by Jeremy Elbert on August 31, 2016
  EDITOR'S NOTE: Resident and nonresident hunters have questions about gaining access to private land for the purpose of hunting. Here's one long-time hunter's advice for establishing and maintaining relationships with landowners. As hunting seasons open across the country, for antelope... Read More
Posted by Mike Jensen on August 26, 2016
                                                                         I had the opportunity to kayak on a... Read More
Posted by Janice Fuhrman on August 23, 2016
The 360-degree view from the enclosed lookout at Coteau des Prairies Lodge was breathtaking. You could see for miles across lush green prairie, fields and grasslands. I watched the skies grow dark while off in the distance random lightning strikes flashed behind the clouds. It was a perfect way to... Read More
Posted by Matt LeMoine on July 10, 2016
Williston is known as the epicenter of North Dakota's oil boom. And a new sporting range is the perfect addition to this western city. The Painted Woods Sporting Range offers sporting clays, five-stand, rifle and pistol ranges. An archery range is expected to open in the fall. I recently had the... Read More
Posted by Sara Otte Coleman on July 06, 2016
     My family and I enjoyed a trip to Medora and Theodore Roosevelt National Park over the July 4 weekend. While we have made this trip many times, we were excited to check out some of the new offerings. I recommend the new Gospel Brunch, which shows Saturday and Sunday mornings in... Read More
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