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ND Game and Fish Department hosts weekend of free ice fishing


McQuade Distributing being sued by Montana artist over fish image


ND Game and Fish has a reminder anglers


Rep. Armstrong talks up proposed trade agreement during town hall circuit


Cops N Kids Fishing Derby


Game and Fish workers stock 11 million walleye fingerlings


Pro's Pointer #10: Using a rubber band


Free fishing weekend for North Dakotans


Game and Fish changing procedure for state records


ND Game and Fish sets free fishing weekend for June 1 and 2


Game and Fish releases more investigation into walleye record


Fisherman says record-breaking disqualified walleye spoils his love of fishing


Paddlefish snagging season comes to a close


16 pound 9 ounce walleye caught in April does not qualify as state record


Invasive silver carp population in ND holding steady


Fishing equipment available for rent at the Bismarck Library


Minnesota couple busted for 253 crappies over the limit


Cops and Kids Fishing Tournament


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