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spring ground conditions changing-Doug Leier

March 25, 2014

Anglers and hunters are reminded to be wary of ground conditions when traveling to and from a favorite fishery or hunting location.

Greg Power, fisheries chief for the North Dakota Game and Fish Department, said with fishing good statewide, many anglers are taking advantage of late-season ice and early-season shore fishing.

“However, travel can be difficult this time of year with the soft conditions,” Power said. “We urge anglers to use common sense when conditions are likely to cause problems with township roads and access points.”

Wildlife chief Randy Kreil said spring snow goose and turkey hunters are encouraged to maintain positive landowner/hunter relations. “We ask hunters to be cognizant of these conditions,” Kreil said. “Driving on soft, muddy roads and trails is strongly discouraged.”

Hunters are advised to seek permission before attempting any off-road travel on private land.

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