Exploring North Dakota
If you love the outdoors, North Dakota is the place for you! Hotels in North Dakota often cater to hunters and fishermen, and the state provides a beautiful backdrop for your next trip. On Devil's Lake, you'll find pike, walleye, white bass, and crappie. Even in the winter, ice fishing allows you to come away with a good catch. The Upper Missouri River and Red River of the North can provide you a different kind of experience, even fly fishing.
Hunters, too, will find a bounty in the great North. The season opens in September for some smaller fowl and bow hunting, with gun season kicking in around November. Grab plane tickets to North Dakota and bring home a trophy worthy of your wall!
If you are interested in a guided adventure, there are tons of trips to choose from. In addition to hunting and fishing, you can have some summer fun with kayaking, canoeing, biking, and river rafting, all guided by experts. When you've had your fill of adventure, take a tour through history at the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center or one of North Dakota's many other historical sites, and experience the cultures of Native Americans through many programs and tours that are available.
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