TUCK & ROLL. It’ll be a taste of winter again as the region catches the back edge of the system rolling through. To help you survive the day, we check out some NDG&F fishing reports, important legislation and a look at jackrabbits in today’s Three Things.
Featured Photo: Jacked Up. A jackrabbit lays low in spring grass. Simonson Photo.
WEATHER (Bismarck Forecast):
Today: Thu 4/11 – Gustier – Hi 35, Lo 26, Wind NE@22, G33, 1.5’ Sn
Tomorrow: Fri 4/12 – Snow Ends – Hi 38, Lo 25, Wind N@20, G30, .5” Sn
SOLUNAR (Bismarck Times):
Moonrise Moonset Overhead Underfoot
11:15AM 2:14AM 7:14PM 6:45AM
Moon Phase: Waning Crescent (38% Full)
EDGE HOUR: 7:00-8:00PM. Moon overhead would help, if it weren’t for the snow in today’s Edge Hour.
LAKE LOOK. The NDG&F has the latest installment of its fishing water reports in its North Dakota Outdoors webcast. Covering the northeast, northwest and Lake Sakakawea, this installment breaks down the bonanza on Sak.
VOTE NO. SB 2315 goes to a vote in the ND House today at 8am. This bill, in its modified form, would appoint a committee to study land access, create a boondoggle of a database which remains undefined, and ultimately, take away access to millions of unposted acres which have been left open by landowner choice to hunters for more than 90 years.
KNOW JACK. This research paper details the decrease in jackrabbits in South Dakota, along with other regions of the nation. The study addresses the downtrend and attempts to isolate causes for the population loss.