A NICE ONE. Temps in the mid-sixties with moderate winds will allow anglers another shot at great fall fishing before things turn gusty, and cooler tomorrow. A damp and cold forecast for the rest of the week might make today your best bet for outdoor activity, and we talk about that and more in today’s Three Things.
Featured Photo: Hold on to your hats! Wind blows corn chafe through a fence – expect similar conditions tomorrow. Simonson Photo.
WEATHER (Bismarck Forecast):
Today: Tue 10/2 – Southerlies. Hi 63, Lo 41, Wind S@11.
Tomorrow: Wed 10/3 – Falling Temps. Hi 54, Lo 35, Wind NW30, G40.
SOLUNAR (Bismarck Times):
Moonrise Moonset Overhead Underfoot
Fol. Day 3:39PM 7:45AM 8:14PM
Moon Phase: Last Quarter @ 4:45AM
EDGE HOUR: 3:00-4:00PM. Moonset’s magic will add to a nice afternoon in today’s Edge Hour.
INTO IT. With windy conditions prevailing as we get into the heart of fall, remember to work into those gusts when hunting grouse this week or pheasants on Saturday’s upcoming opener and all throughout the season. Not only does this help bring scent to your dog’s nose, it also prevents noise from being carried on the gusts to the birds made already jumpy by the conditions.
NOW MAKE SOME NOISE. Practice your deer calling now and gear up, as DEO’s Nick Simonson shares some tips on the most recent installment of The Run Down. Dakota Edge is proud to partner with Runnings to highlight all the great gear and sportsman-friendly staff ready for you all throughout the upper Midwest.
OH SNOW!? You remember that stuff, right? Up to three inches are looming for the area on Thursday night into Friday, so be ready for a major change after a shift in the winds.