Daily Edge for Tue. July 18

SHOOT ON!  A cooldown today, with some light east winds will bring relief, following rain that swept through the eastern part of the state overnight.  In today’s Three Things, check out a great shooting sports funding opportunity and more!

(Featured Photo: Take aim at a successful shooting sports program! Simonson Photo)

DAILY CONDITIONS:

WEATHER (Bismarck Forecast):
Today:  Tue 7/18 – Cooler with light winds. Hi 83, Lo 65, Winds E @ 8.
Tomorrow:   Wed 7/19 – Some cloud cover. Hi 86, Lo 61, Winds StoE @ 9.

SOLUNAR (Bismarck Times):
Sunrise: 6:08AM Sunset: 9:30PM
Moonrise: 2:06AM Moonset: 4:26PM
Overhead: 9:11AM Underfoot: 9:39PM
Moon Phase: Waning Crescent (29% Full)

EDGE HOUR.  9:00 – 10:00PM.  Combine sunset with the sneaky-good hour of moon underfoot for a fantastic 60 minutes of fishing at the end of the day.  Winds may have shifted to the east, but they’ll be light and won’t affect the bite in the least.

DAY RATING:
2Fish

THREE THINGS.

200% FUNDED.  If you coach a youth trap team or other youth shooting sports organization, there is an incredible promotion on right now which can guarantee a 200% return on your investment.  Currently,  the MidwayUSA Foundation is matching all donations to a team’s endowment at a 2:1 rate.  Put in $20,000 – they’ll make it $60,000.  Your team gets up 5% of that back each year over 20 years (or more), for long-term funding with incredible ROI and a solid base fund to start each season.

PADDLE ON.  The North Dakota Game & Fish Dept. is sponsoring two courses for women looking to learn how to kayak and stand-up paddleboard.  The events, held at McDowell Dam on Aug. 12 and Harmon Lake on Aug. 10, respectively, are open to women age 18 and up.  Register now by contacting education coordinator Brian Schaffer at 701-328-6312, or email bschaffer@nd.gov.

CME.  A coronal mass ejection (CME) spurred on auroras which reached as far south as northern N.D. and Minn.  To get updates on the northern lights and see how solar flares impact our planet, check out spaceweather.com

 

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