TWO IN A ROW! Great conditions will again facilitate ice time today as light winds and melting temperatures favor the angler. We go around the state with sights, stories and suggestions for the week, the winter and the tax year in our Outdoors Roundup!
Featured Photo: The sun sets over the snowy Missouri River valley. Simonson Photo.
WEATHER (Bismarck Forecast):
Today: Wed – Holding – Hi 35, Lo 21, Wind NW@7
Tomorrow: Thu – Cool Off – Hi 24, Lo 19, Wind N@5
SOLUNAR (Bismarck Times):
Moonrise Moonset Overhead Underfoot
6:44AM 3:25PM 11:05AM 11:32PM
Moon Phase: Waning Crescent (6% Full)
EDGE HOUR: 3:00-4:00PM. With moonset just ahead of sunset, your nice afternoon should conclude with some strong fishing starting in our Edge Hour.
CHECK THE BOX. Taxpayers are encouraged by the NDG&F Dept. to donate to the Watchable Wildlife fund as part of their state income tax preparations this season. The small donation helps sustain songbirds and other watchable wildlife in ND and is conveniently available in the filing process.
BLOCKED BLOG. The story of Tom Volk and the would-be ND record walleye continues at http://ndslargestwalleye.blogspot.com/, unfortunately the site has now become invite-only, leaving many to speculate about the screed set forth on it.
BAKER’S DOZEN. How many of ND’s state parks have you visited in a year or your lifetime? Check out the list from ndtourism.com and see which ones you can check off in 2020!