Daily Edge for Tue. 6/2 – Shining

KEEP ROLLING!  Warm weather settles in and the water is your playground.  Get out there and on some fish, but keep an eye on your fall hunting plans with ducks, archery and one last reminder (we promise) to get your deer application in – all in today’s Outdoors Roundup.

Featured Photo:  DUCKS ON THE POND.  A set of mallards works through a green area on a small water. Simonson Photo.

WEATHER (Bismarck Forecast):
Today: Tue 6/2 – Continued Warm – Hi 80, Lo 60, Wind NW@11, G22
Tomorrow: Wed 6/3 – Sweet Summer – Hi 82, Lo 55, Wind SW@11, G20

SOLUNAR (Bismarck Times):

Sunrise        Sunset
5:51AM        9:30PM

Moonrise         Moonset          Overhead                Underfoot
5:48PM           4:16AM           11:21PM            10:54AM

Moon Phase:  Waxing Gibbous (85% Full)

EDGE HOUR:  5:15-6:15PM.  Moonrise and warm conditions set the stage for an awesome night of fishing in our Edge Hour.



MOVING STUDY.  The NDG&F is tracking the movement of mallards in late summer as their motions during that stretch of the season are noted and intriguing.  With super small tracking devices implanted in ducks with a quick surgery, the agency is keeping track of dozens of ducks traveling the upper stretches of the flyway.

ON TARGET POST COVID.  The North Dakota Bowhunters Association announces summer tournament plans and social distancing efforts to reinvigorate competitive archery throughout the state this season.  With tournaments scheduled for June 19 and July 11, the association is back on track to promote archery efforts in the state.

DON’T FORGET DEER!  Tomorrow (Wed. 6/3) is the last day to sign up for a firearms deer tag in North Dakota.  Log on to gf.nd.gov and click on the Buy and Apply tab to get it done and get in the drawing!




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