CRUSH IT! Around the state, ND Clay Target League teams are signing up new shooters for the spring season at local high schools. Expecting more than 1,200 participants, the program’s state tournament has expanded to two days. We talk about opportunities near and far to take part in today’s Three Things.
(Featured Photo: Like a season ready to start, clays are set to be loaded into a thrower. Simonson Photo)
DAILY CONDITIONS: WEATHER (Bismarck Forecast):
Today: Tue 2/6 – Calmer, Warmer. Hi 13, Lo -10, Winds L&V.
Tomorrow: Wed 2/7 – Feels the same. Hi 13, Lo -10, Winds L&V.
SOLUNAR (Bismarck Times):
Sunrise: 7:59AM Sunset: 5:55PM
Moonrise: 12:12AM Moonset 11:23AM
Overhead: 5:52AM Underfoot: 6:15PM
Moon Phase: Waning Gibbous (59% Full)
EDGE HOUR: 5:30-6:30PM. Low winds and relatively warm temps will combine with sunset and moon underfoot for a decent bump in today’s Edge Hour.
BIS MAN CTL LAST CALL. Don’t forget to get your young shooter signed up for CTL in the Bismarck-Mandan area, with two final registration and info meetings at Advanced Business Methods (4480 Coleman Street, Bismarck) on Tuesday & Thursday night at 7pm. And if you’re outstate looking for a team, there are 50+ this year in the ND CTL, so find one at your school (or close to you) and get cracking!
LOTTO LEARNINGS. Check out this week’s installment of the NDG&F’s web series North Dakota Outdoors, where the new online licensing takes center stage as we enter 2018. From its legislative inception in the 2015 session to this spring’s turkey licenses being the first non-paper application, follow the development of this digital program.
RECORD PACE. Looking to break one of the North Dakota record fish this year? The NDG&F has recently updated its record fish listing which calls out bow-fishing records and angling records for rough fish that can be pursued via archery means.