Daily Edge 5/4 – Legislative Wrap, Walleye Rigs & A Cool Down

SPRING SHIFT.  Conditions shift to calmer and cooler as our two-day taste of spring fades away for awhile.  In today’s Outdoor update we check your fishing conditions and look back at a wrap on the session with the NDG&F Dept.

Featured Photo: Play the Field.  Canada geese stroll through a cut field. Simonson Photo.


WEATHER (Bismarck Forecast):
Today: Sat 5/4 – Cooler – Hi 52, Lo 42, Wind NW@10
Tomorrow: Sun 5/5 – Calm – Hi 55, Lo 32, Wind NtoE@8


SOLUNAR (Bismarck Times):

Sunrise        Sunset
6:24AM       8:57PM

Moonrise      Moonset       Overhead    Underfoot
6:43AM       8:43PM        1:37PM        1:14AM


Moon Phase: New@5:45PM


EDGE HOUR:    6:00-7:00AM.  Kick off Saturday with calm conditions, sunrise and the rising new moon in the Edge Hour.





WINTER WRAP.  Director Terry Steinwand reviews all the bills that impacted the NDG&F Dept., hunting and fishing in the state as part of the recently-wrapped 66th session of the ND legislature in this week’s Outdoors Online.


STING IN SPRING.  DEO’s Nick Simonson shares two livebait rigs to help with finicky spring walleyes on the Run Down at Runnings.com.  From the subtle Lindy rig to adding a little sting to a jig, these measures help catch moody post-spawn ‘eyes.


STILL CHILL.  Cooler temperatures and calm conditions settle in for today and tomorrow and hang on through much of the week.  Any signs of a renewed spring warm up are at least six days out.

Stay Sharp!

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