EDGING OUT. Hopefully you did your digging and are ready for a bit of spring once again. Temps peak in the upper 40s before another storm is predicted to make a dumping of snow one more (last?, seriously, can this be the LAST?!) time.
(Featured Photo: Brightly colored shrimp flies pull double duty for trips to saltwater and spring crappies. Simonson Photo)
DAILY CONDITIONS: WEATHER (Bismarck Forecast):
Today: Mon 4/9 – Maybe melting? Hi 31, Lo 19, Wind L&V.
Tomorrow: Tue 4/10 – A Taste of Spring. Hi 44, Lo 30, Wind L&V.
SOLUNAR (Bismarck Times):
Sunrise: 7:04AM Sunset: 8:24PM
Moonrise: 4:12AM Moonset 1:41PM
Overhead: 8:55AM Underfoot: 9:18PM
Moon Phase: Waning Crescent (44% Full)
EDGE HOUR: 1:15-2:15PM. Catch moonset and moderate conditions for a good afternoon bite in today’s Edge Hour.
WHAT’S SIX MORE? We hate to be the bearers of bad news, but this northwest train track we’re on for weather seems to be repeating itself every five to seven days. Friday is looking a lot like last Sunday, as forecasts of 6 inches for central ND (and more out west) are predicted.
ONE IN EIGHT. Did you know that roughly 13 percent of all kids competing in the North Dakota State High School Clay Target League are from the Bismarck Mandan area? The number of participating schools doubled (3 to 6) and participants jumped from 38 last spring to 180 this year.
PERFECT TEN. And because we know you’re staring at your tacklebox too, one of our favorite (re)reads from In-Fisherman will help you get through this mess of a spring. The Top Ten Walleye Crankbaits of All Time. It’s an article to bookmark and come back to.