Daily Edge for Tue. Jan. 8

WHOOSH!  High winds will dominate today as an obvious transition occurs, making it an ideal inside day.  We go around the horn in today’s Three Things with news and notes with some light reading and tying tips.


Featured Photo:  Tail Tales.  Long pheasant tail feathers from 2018 hunts adorn the wall at DEO HQ.


WEATHER (Bismarck Forecast):
Today: Tue 1/8 – WIND! Hi 23, Lo 13, Wind NW@35, G50.

Tomorrow:  Wed 1/9 – Cold but Calm. Hi 12, Lo 4, Wind L&V.


SOLUNAR (Bismarck Times):

Sunrise        Sunset
8:27AM       5:05PM

Moonrise      Moonset       Overhead    Underfoot
10:09AM     7:53PM        2:58PM        2:35AM


Moon Phase: Waxing Crescent (13% Full)


EDGE HOUR:   7:30-8:30PM.  Moonset will provide an edge for a late-night bite, but you’d better be in a pretty secure permanent ice shack for this Edge Hour!




ANS Plan. The NDG&F has its plan to combat aquatic nuisance species up on the web.  Covering everything from invasive carp species, to plants and mussels, the agency puts out its steps to keep ND waters free of these pests.


Stack ‘Em! A hair stacker is the ideal way to get elk, deer and other fly tying hair clumps to line up at the tips.  Simply load the tool with the hairs tip-down and give it a couple quick taps on your desk or leg.  Slowly slide the top part out, and voila! – perfectly aligned hairs for wings, tails and more!


Growing.  Daylight expands on both ends of the day, as sunrise begins to occur earlier and earlier, starting today!  So there’s something to celebrate!


Stay Sharp!

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