A COUNTER. While there’s some pop-up rain possibility today, it’ll be mild and generally pleasant otherwise. Take advantage and start your weekend off right – whether it’s the state High School ND CTL tourney in Horace, or some time on the water, keep an eye on the sky and your target! We go around the horn in our Outdoors Roundup
Featured Photo: STILL LOOKING. A rooster pheasant makes a last ditch survey for hens. Simonson Photo.
WEATHER (Bismarck Forecast):
Today: Sat 6/15 – Rain Chances – Hi 75, Lo 59, Wind N@14, G24.
Tomorrow: Sun 6/16 – Cooler – Hi 67, Lo 50, Wind N@10, G20
SOLUNAR (Bismarck Times):
Moonrise Moonset Overhead Underfoot
8:02PM 4:52AM Fol. Day 12:22PM
Moon Phase: Waxing Gibbous (97% Full)
EDGE HOUR: 5:30-6:30AM. Sunrise and calm conditions will start the day off right in our Edge Hour
WITH A PADDLE. In this week’s installment of Outdoors Online, agents of the NDG&F detail the downstream population of paddlefish beneath the Garrison Dam. While the better-known population is the snag-season fish upstream of the dam, the lower population is of some concern and monitored closely.
FACE PAINT. A well-written entry by Lindsay Thomas Jr. for QDMA details the appearance of ancient genetic traits in a whitetail deer harvested in Louisiana last year. Anytime Dr. Valerius Geist is involved, you know it’s a deep-dive into whitetail biology and worth a read.
NORWAY’S CABELA’S. Check out the equivalent of Cabela’s or Bass Pro in Norway, with the 372-page Solvkroken Catalog. While you’ll recognize a lot of favorite brands that Solvkroken partners with, you’ll see European offerings for all sorts of lures and fishing gear not available stateside.