DARK. While things will be drizzly and damp today, watch for a shift tomorrow to clear this system out. In other dark news, SB 2315 returns in worse form and famed Animal Planet angler Jeremy Wade returns with a new show. We cover those and more in today’s Three Things.
Featured Photo: Dark woolly buggers are ready for some spring fishing. Simonson Photo.
WEATHER (Bismarck Forecast):
Today: Sat 4/6 – Drizzly – Hi 45, Lo 35, Wind E@9
Tomorrow: Sun 4/7 – Clear & Windy – Hi 62, Lo 38, Wind NW@22, G33
SOLUNAR (Bismarck Times):
Moonrise Moonset Overhead Underfoot
8:15AM 9:48PM 2:56PM 2:34AM
Moon Phase: Waxing Crescent (2% Full)
EDGE HOUR: 7:30-8:30AM. Rainy conditions will dominate, but sunrise and moonrise will help with the bite in our Edge Hour.
LET’S END THIS. The final version of SB 2315 was released yesterday, it will post all land and force a database program to be implemented, overturning 90 years of hunting-related law and threatening access to millions of acres of huntable land and fishing areas throughout the state. Contact your legislators in the house and tell them to VOTE NO on what is the worst of all possible options.
WADE FISHING. River Monsters host Jeremy Wade returns to Animal Planet in May with his new series “Dark Waters” discussing where large fish can be found in places far and near. Combined with web and social add-ins, the program will be a multi-level presentation for the popular host and provide insights on how he seeks out large fish and catches them.
SEE-SAW SPRING. The weekend is a sampling of what’s on tap, as temps go from the 40s today to the 60s tomorrow. We drop off for the middle of the week and rebound next weekend in the same fashion for an oscillating start to the season.