Women Take on Catfish: Women in the Outdoors program

The morning was as humid as it has been in 2009 following over night thunderstorms and heavy rains. Introductions had been done, breakfast finished, boats launched and lines set. Within 15 minutes of the lines hitting the water the second fish of the day was making its way to the boat. Many fish have made […]

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Fast Water Catfish: Always In Season

If you have ever read a book or article about catfishing, for the most part you will almost never read about fishing the fast water with the exception of tail races. You will read about fishing holes, runs, snags, a combination there of, or if the article is about blue cats drifting. One thing that […]

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Catching Catfish: Learn to be a better catfish angler

I love fishing. I love catching anything that will bite, panfish, walleyes, pike, bass or catfish. More than just catching fish, I love my finned foe to be able to put up a battle. I would bet you can also appreciate a battle, or you wouldn’t be reading this right now. This quest for a […]

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The Red River is a Natural for Economic Development

I’m sure by now you know that the Red River can be a machine of impressive destruction and heartache. After all in the spring of 1997 very few people in the Red River Valley were spared from the path of destruction left by the Mighty Red River of the North. Those memories and images make […]

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Step back and review your fishing knowledge

A new year is upon us. This offers us the opportunity to look ahead at what we hope will be another fine year and to reflect on the year gone by. 2008 was an interesting year in my (angling) life. It was not only another year of traveling around North Dakota, Minnesota, and Manitoba in […]

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