Daily Edge for Fri. Mar. 22

WHAT’S HATCHING?  Warm temperatures continue into the weekend and it’s tough not to think spring.  We look at the NDG&F’s first report on fisheries, along with other spring activities in today’s Three Things.

Featured Photo: Robins have returned to the region during the recent warm spell.  A sure sign that spring is here. Simonson Photo.


WEATHER (Bismarck Forecast):
Today: Fri 3/22 – Still nice. Hi 46, Lo 24, Wind SE@9.
Tomorrow: Sat 3/23 – Warmer still. Hi 50, Lo 32, Wind S@7.


SOLUNAR (Bismarck Times):

Sunrise        Sunset
7:43AM       7:58PM

Moonrise      Moonset       Overhead    Underfoot
10:13PM      8:57AM       3:03AM       3:29PM


Moon Phase: Waning Gibbous (96% Full)


EDGE HOUR:  3:00-4:00PM.  Take the afternoon off and get on a bite in the Edge Hour as warm temps and moon underfoot combine for a nice one!



Spring Preview.  The NDG&F covers the fast fishing waters of Lake Oahe and the southern Missouri River basin along with others in the south central district in this week’s webcast.

Hunt On.  With the snow rapidly melting, areas are opening up for those die-hard boneheads searching for shed antlers this spring.  Pheasants Forever offers up tips to turn a bird dog into a shed dog and get the most out of the spring search.

Conservation Minded.  For those interested in spring habitat improvements and land modifications that benefit clean soil and water, visit the ND Soil & Water Conservation District website.  There you’ll find links to the practices along with the people resources to help make a difference.


Stay Sharp!

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