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The 2018 March-April North Dakota Outdoors magazine is available FREE onlineright now here.
Leading off the issue is Director Terry Steinwand’s Matters of Opinion While an inconvenience for anyone traveling or clearing sidewalks and driveways, the heavy, wet snows that fell on much of the state in March were welcome.
North Dakota’s fishing opportunities today are many. With a record number of lakes across the state that hold, in some instances, robust fish populations, the precipitation was needed.
Greg Power, fisheries division chief explains, The Value Of Fishing
Have you ever wondered why the diamond on a ring may cost $10,000 or more, yet it has no material utility other than to shine? Or why a teaspoon of salty fish eggs may run $100, even if the majority of people would prefer nothing more than just the cracker on which the eggs are served?
Ron Wilson, North Dakota Outdoors editor, this months examines the history of the “Whopper Club” with his Look Back column.
North Dakota Game and Fish Department officials unveiled the Whopper Club program to anglers nearly 60 years ago.
Is it fair to say that Department heads in 1960 didn’t envision this program to still be swimming upstream with purpose in 2018?