SO FULL. It gets a little chilly but the full moon will make it work today. We’ve got updates on land access in North Dakota, tweaks to the Duck Stamp contest and some questionable May conditions in our Outdoors Roundup.
Featured Photo: Round About. The full moon will provide some power against a tough weekend. Simonson Photo.
WEATHER (Bismarck Forecast):
Today: Thu 5/7 – Cool & Cloudy – Hi 56, Lo 41, Wind E@14, G21
Tomorrow: Fri 5/8 – Calmer – Hi 59, Lo 31, Wind SE@9.
SOLUNAR (Bismarck Times):
Moonrise Moonset Overhead Underfoot
9:36PM 6:44AM 1:34AM 2:02PM
Moon Phase: Full Moon
EDGE HOUR: 9:00-10:00PM. Sunset and moonrise combine to finish off your day with a flurry of action on the water in our Edge Hour.
ON THE STREAM. The Land Access Pilot Program that resulted from the failed SB 2315 in the last legislative session will be discussed via live stream on Mon. May 11. Interested sportsmen can watch it online and comment via email.
HUNTING IN PART. This year’s Duck Stamp art contest has a notable change. Artists are to include “an appropriate waterfowl hunting scene or include a hunting-related element” in their entries for the annual event.
MUDDLIN’ ALONG. Thus far, may fails to impress and the trend continues into the weekend as cooler temperatures take hold along with a chance for some white precip. Don’t look now, but we may get a little sticky snow on Sunday morning.