Northland Outdoors TV: Minnesota’s high school clay target state championship drew 7,000 shooters

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BRAINERD, Minn. — In this week’s Northland Outdoors TV episode, we explore the phenomenal growth of the Minnesota Clay Target League, the fastest growing high school sport in the state.

Host Bret Amundson and the crew followed the Pillager high team to the state meet in Alexandria, Minn., which is the world's largest shooting sports event, featuring nearly 7,000 shooters.

Then Amundson and the crew headed to Clear Lake, Wis., for the North American Hunting Retriever Association's Annual Invitational.

See it all in this weekend’s episode of “Northland Outdoors TV.”

Northland Outdoors TV, the newest venture from one of the upper Midwest’s premier outdoors content brand, debuted on Fox Sports North and many other local ABC affiliates across North Dakota on Saturday, July 2.

The outdoors adventure show is the newest offering from Northland Outdoors, a leader in outdoor content in newspapers, magazines and online across North Dakota and Minnesota.

The show is hosted by Amundson, a veteran outdoors radio host, and will be a companion to the high quality content already produced for Northland Outdoors Magazine, the Northland Outdoors newspaper column published weekly across Minnesota and North Dakota, and of course the website, www.northlandoutdoors.com.

The 30-minute show will debut at 7 a.m. on Fox Sports North, which airs in North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin and upper Iowa. Addition, the show will air at 10 a.m. Central (9 a.m. Mountain) on Channel 6 WDAY TV in Fargo-Moorhead; Channel 8 WDAZ TV in Grand Forks and Winnipeg; Channel 17 KBMY in Bismarck and Dickinson; and Channel 14 KMCY in Minot, Williston and reaching Fort Peck. The show will air weekly.

Northland Outdoors is owned by Forum Communications Co., which is headquartered in Fargo, N.D. A family owned company, FCC owns newspapers, radio and TV stations, commercial printing plants and dozens of other publications in North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota and Wisconsin.