Daily Edge for Fri. 2/28 – Burning Bright

WONDERFUL WEEKEND.  Melting temperatures, low winds and great conditions will combine for an excellent weekend on the ice.  We’ve got a review from the NDG&F as the season starts to wane along with some antler breaks and campfire styles for everyone in today’s Outdoors Roundup.

Featured Photo:   ON FIRE.  We talk campfire tactics today in our Outdoors Roundup.

WEATHER (Bismarck Forecast):
Today:  Fri 2/28 – Warming – Hi 38, Lo 26, Wind W@6
Tomorrow: Sat 2/29 – Leap Day – Hi 41, Lo 26, Wind S@6

SOLUNAR (Bismarck Times):

Sunrise        Sunset
7:24AM        6:26PM

Moonrise         Moonset        Overhead     Underfoot
9:48AM           11:37PM         4:37PM            4:16AM

Moon Phase:  Waxing Crescent (20% Full)

EDGE HOUR:  4:00-5:00PM.  Warm conditions and light winds will partner with moon overhead to start out your evening bite in today’s Edge Hour.



ICE OUT.  While there’s likely still a few weeks left of hardwater, the NDG&F Dept. recaps the winter that was and how things worked out for ice anglers.  Additionally, the agency has important reminders for anglers as the season wraps.

GO FOR BROKE.  Busted tines make for cool sets of antlers on deer each fall and winter.  QDMA put the numbers together to find out which tines are most often broken on harvested deer and explains the science behind busted tines.

FIRED UP.  With the upcoming turn of the calendar you might be thinking spring and summer camping and a selection of campfires to try out this season will help expand your heat horizons.  Check out these suggestions from Get Out With The Kids and explore your options for staying warm and camp cooking.

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