Daily Edge for Thu. Sep. 13

OUT OF SIGHT. Summer may be waning, but there’s plenty to see (and hear) in the outdoors.  We talk in today’s Three Things about identifying animals by their sounds, plus other tips for a fun time in the wild, no matter the season!


Featured Photo: A doe and fawn are caught in a close moment on trail cam. Simonson Photo.



WEATHER (Bismarck Forecast):
Today: Thu 9/13 – Cooler. Hi 70, Lo 57, Wind N@10
Tomorrow:  Fri 9/14 – Feels similar. Hi 72, Lo 53, Wind NE@8.

SOLUNAR (Bismarck Times):

Sunrise        Sunset
7:19AM       7:59PM

Moonrise      Moonset    Overhead    Underfoot
11:48AM     10:25PM      5:10PM        4:46AM


Moon Phase: Waxing Crescent (19% Full)

EDGE HOUR:   4:30-5:30PM.  Moon overhead will trigger the bite with clearing skies in today’s Edge Hour





Fry, Fry, Fry. For campfire cooking (and every day) it’s tough to beat a cast iron skillet for an even cook at high temperatures.  Well-seasoned cast iron cookware is great for the deer shack, fishing camp and other hunting and fishing destinations, its heft is its only drawback for mobile hunters and anglers, but many swear the extra weight is worth it.

Dry, Dry, Dry. A new drought monitor gets released today.  Will the moderate drought conditions gripping the northern tier of the state subside with recent rains, or will they continue to slide south as yellows and beiges take hold in the weekly updated map?


Cry, Cry, Cry. Identifying animals by just the sounds they make can be a fun outdoor activity, and distinguishing species just based on their calls can be a challenge.  From yipping coyotes, crowing pheasants, hooting owls and cooing doves, learning the noises animals make can help make you a better outdoorsman.



Stay Sharp!


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