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Heading to Fargo in the fall

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Im heading up to NDSU in Fall of 2004. I am an Avid hunter and fisherman. I would like to know anything on hunting and fishing around the fargo area? I hunt everything from ducks to deer, fox, rabbit, grouse, pheasant, and goose. I fish for whatever is biting although i specialize in crappies, northerns, and walleye. If there is anyone who can help me out i would not mind a new fishing buddy or two or a new hunting partner. I currently live in St. Cloud, MN and am afraid i will not be able to travel back and forth in order to go hunting and fishing. If anyone knows of a place to go or owns land they are willing to allow me to hunt on please let me know.
Thanks, and Good luck out there!
-Fishenguy

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You should be able to find plenty to do out of Fargo. The Red River is a pretty good walleye fishery, just don't tell anyone (alot of people wouldn't believe the fish that come out of there) smile.gif Plus, if you have never fished for piggy catfish, you will get addicted. They are awesome fun. As for hunting, you have quite a bit of goose hunting opportunity within an hour of Fargo. If your living in Reed or Johnson Hall at SU you will see them big ol' holding pond honks flying over all the time! Pheasant hunting can be found south of Fargo within 50 miles. Or you can head about 100 miles (or less) south of valley city to find some good chinese chicken action. Deer...good bowhunting around fargo with all of the ag and shelterbelts. Rifle hunting access gets a bit trickier with land access, but the unit Fargo is in (2B) is large and if you get away from the big city a ways you will be able to find land. Did I miss anything? Rabbits are all over the place. Coyotes and fox are out near the riverbottoms if you do that. For ice fishing I usually head east into minnesota to Lida or one of the billion lakes around Lake Park. I also head to the Jamestown Res. and Pipestem some weekends for the almighty crappie. If you need a fishing or hunting partner, I get out a fair amount, just let me know.

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You should put a post in the Detroit Lakes & Pelican Rapids Area forum being a lot of those people work in Fargo and know the area. Also it is close to Fargo grin.gif

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