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Black Crappie in Hunter Dam, North Dakota | 218

Black Crappie where stocked into Hunter Dam Cass County North Dakota. Approxiamately 200 fish on 20150522.

Fish Species: Black Crappie

County: Cass

State: North Dakota

Waterbody: Hunter Dam

Location: Google Directions to Hunter Dam


North Dakota’s Lakes & Ponds

Click on the link to download the complete list of lakes & ponds in North Dakota, including Hunter Dam.

Use this link to view the clickable links in the PDF


Trout Unlimited’s Guide to America’s 100 Best Trout Streams

A survey of the best trout-fishing rivers and streams in the country as chosen by members of Trout Unlimited, with listings for species, hatches, flies and lures, and when to fish. Each profile contains information and maps that boost angler success for those looking to fish at Hunter Dam.

Profiles present, as well, the environmental challenges facing each stream and the role that TU and others play in protecting the fishery.

Extensive interviews with local fisherman for whom each stream is “home water,” add depth to personal observations formed when award-winning writer and angler, John Ross, fished many of these streams himself.

Look inside this book now.


 Fifty Places to Fly Fish Before You Die

Amateur or expert, every angler dreams of landing “the big one,” but that’s only part of the appeal of fly fishing. Because even when hours pass without a bite, nothing beats the rugged beauty of the surroundings.

This book is for both armchair travelers and avid outdoorsmen who may have already started a checklist of their own, Fifty Places to Fly Fish Before You Die maps out the meccas of the fly-fishing world.

Through in-depth interviews with the sport’s acknowledged gurus, author Chris Santella goes beyond standard guides to convey the very essence of the recommended locations.

Readers can vicariously cast mouse patterns to fifty-pound taimen in the wilds of Mongolia, wrangle with wily permit off the Florida Keys, and match the hatch on Montana’s Armstrong’s Spring Creek. Jardines de la Reina, Cuba (tarpon), the Zhupanova River, Kamchatka (rainbow trout), and the Rio Negro, Brazil (peacock bass) are also included.

The essays include a cultural and natural history of each site, along with colorful anecdotes based on the author’s and authorities’ experiences.

With breathtakingly-beautiful photos of the spots, many by celebrated fly-fishing photographer R. Valentine Atkinson, the book also provides adventurous anglers with enough travel-and-tackle information so that they, too, can start planning excursions to go fish around the globe.

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If you are interested in reading one of my articles, please check out Bass Fishing Tips.


 

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The header image is for illustration purposes only. Not of Hunter Dam.

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