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Free Fishing Weekend

North Dakotans who want to give fishing a try are reminded they can fish for free June 3-4.That is the state’s Free Fishing Weekend, when all residents age 16 and over can fish any North Dakota water without a license. Residents age 15 and under do not need a fishing license at any time of year.

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Fishing for Free June 3-4

North Dakotans who want to give fishing a try are reminded they can fish for free June 3-4.

 

That is the state’s Free Fishing Weekend, when all residents age 16 and over can fish any North Dakota water without a license. Residents age 15 and under do not need a fishing license at any time of year.

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“It’s a great chance for people who may be new to fishing, to give it a try,” said Greg Power, fisheries chief for the North Dakota Game and Fish Department. “There are lots of diverse, quality fishing opportunities scattered across the state.”

Fishing regulations and information on fishing waters is available on the Game and Fish website at gf.nd.gov, and in the current regulations guide available at license vendor locations.

Have You Seen? Free Fishing Weekend June 4-5

This week’s North Dakota Outdoors video covers the June 4-5 Free Fishing

Free Fishing Weekend Video

Weekend in North Dakota. North Dakota residents can fish without a license those two days, so grab a pole and try your luck fishing at one of the state’s many fishing waters.Find a place to fish near you at http://gf.nd.gov/fishing/where-to-fish.

North Dakota residents do not need a license to fish June 4-5, but all other fishing regulations still apply. See the regulations guide at http://gf.nd.gov/fishing/fishing-regulations-guide.

 

2016 FREE Fishing Edition of North Dakota Outdoors magazine

The 2016 Special Fishing issue for March-April of North Dakota Outdoors magazine is available FREE online right now. It’s a “keeper” with a feature  Beyond Wetting A Line”  by fisheries division chierf Greg Power.

mar apr 2016.pdfFishing isn’t the same as catching. And, at times, catching isn’t the same as harvesting. However, if you’re an experienced North Dakota angler, you likely have caught and kept your fair share of fish in the past five or so years, and would perhaps agree that fishing in the state has never been better.

There’s some great information breaking down the 2015 fish stocking and a detailed look at fishing access

 

Ron Wilson takes a step back with  A Look Back. North Dakota and northern pike have some history.This efficient ambush predator was named the state fish by lawmakers in 1969. At the time, only 11 other states adopted various fish species – salmon, trout, walleye and others – as official symbols.

Check these stories and more for free in the full March-April issue available right here or here http://gf.nd.gov/publications

Have You Seen? Special Fishing Issue Of North Dakota Outdoors

The 2016 March-April Special Fishing issue of North Dakota Outdoors magazine is available FREE online right now. It’s a “keeper” with a feature “Beyond Wetting A Line”  by fisheries division chief Greg Power.  Fishing isn’t the same as catching. And, at times, catching isn’t the same as harvesting. However, if you’re an experienced North Dakota angler, you likely have caught and kept your fair share of fish in the past five or so years, and would perhaps agree that fishing in the state has never been better.

mar apr 2016.pdf

 

There’s some great information breaking down the 2015 fish stocking and a detailed look at fishing access.

 

Ron Wilson takes a step back with  A Look Back. North Dakota and northern pike have some history. This efficient ambush predator was named the state fish by lawmakers in 1969. At the time, only 11 other states adopted various fish species – salmon, trout, walleye and others – as official symbols.

 

 

Check these stories and more for free in the full March-April issue available right here or here http://gf.nd.gov/publications

FREE fishing weekend!

Don’t forget as you make your weekend plans. It’s FREE fishing weekend for North Dakota residents! Doesn’t have to be for 10 hours…or even 10 minutes. GO FISH!

North Dakota anglers are reminded they can fish for free June 1-2.

That is the weekend North Dakota residents may fish without a license. All other fishing regulations apply.

Refer to the 2012-14 North Dakota Fishing Guide for season information.