LAST COLD ONE. The complexion of your deer season will change tomorrow as we work through one last day of cold conditions before things heat up some. We get you set for the week with fun outdoor videos to burn away the last cold day and and a great tying site to get you set for winter in today’s Three Things.
Featured Photo: Get tying. A summer sunfish gobbles up a large stimulator. Now’s the time to start planning what you need to get your flybox ready.
WEATHER (Bismarck Forecast):
Today: Mon 11/12 – Still Cold – Hi 15, Lo 11. Wind NW@10.
Tomorrow: Tue 11/13 – Above Freezing – Hi 34, Lo 11. Wind W@8.
SOLUNAR (Bismarck Times):
Moonrise Moonset Overhead Underfoot
12:17PM 9:20PM 4:48PM 4:23AM
Moon Phase: Waxing Crescent (24% Full)
EDGE HOUR: 4:30-5:30PM. Decreasing winds and sunset with moon overhead will make for a nice finish in the Edge Hour.
UPLAND AGAIN. DEO’s Nick Simonson shares late season tips on stealth, distance and staying warm but ready to shoot for late season pheasants in “The Run Down” on Runnings.com. Runnings is a supporting partner of Dakota Edge Outdoors.
SURVEY SAYS. The NDG&F shares some insight in their weekly webcast on how mail and e-surveys help hunting and management in the future and gain more information about the harvest. Surveys are quick and helpful steps hunters can undertake to help make hunting better.
TIED TIGHT. If you tagged your deer, or are ducking the weather, now may be the time to start thinking fly tying. To learn more about the pastime of fly tying visit Fly Anglers Online, with the best beginner and intermediate courses on the web that have stood the test of time.