SHOOTING STARS. If you missed last night’s northern lights show (as much of SW ND did), you still have a chance to catch up on some of the state’s shooting start in both archery and trap as the former season comes to an end and the latter kicks off – we talk about those and the final grind in the legislative session in today’s Three Things.
Featured Photo: CRUSH ‘EM! The Spring Clay Target League season kicks off this week! Simonson Photo.
WEATHER (Bismarck Forecast):
Today: Sat 3/23 – Who shut off spring? Hi 32, Lo 20, Wind NE@15, G25.
Tomorrow: Sun 3/24 – Clawing back. Hi 36 Lo 23, Wind L&V.
SOLUNAR (Bismarck Times):
Moonrise Moonset Overhead Underfoot
Fol. Day 9:55AM 4:46AM 5:12PM
Moon Phase: Waning Gibbous (83% Full)
EDGE HOUR: 4:45-5:45PM. Moon underfoot and lessening winds will help with outdoor enjoyment this evening in the Edge Hour.
BULLSEYE! The 2019 ND NASP season tournament wrapped with some incredible shooting as Clancy Zimbelman of Oakes edged Cheyne Miller of Hankinson 292-291. Austin Bladow of Hankinson took third with a total of 289. 32 schools took part in the two-day tournament held in Minot on Friday and Saturday.
GET IT STARTED. The Missouri River Clay Target League, supporting all 6 Bismarck-Mandan area high school trap teams, kicks off its season today. To check in on all the great high school shooting teams in the area, visit MRCTL.org and read the team previews for the Spring 2019 ND CTL season!
STILL ROLLING. Headed into the final stretch of the 66th session, a number of bills impacting hunting and fishing are still up for debate, including SB 2315 which would change the 90-year “unposted access” rules in ND and implement on online program of an undefined nature. Sportsmen are encourage to contact their representatives and senators on what remains.