Daily Edge for Thu. 6/4 – Feelin’ Blessed!

NIIIIIIIICE!  Your fishing efforts will be supported with great conditions and a growing gibbous moon which is nearing full today, so maximize your time on the water!  We’ve got info on ANS awareness in and around the state for traveling boaters, calculations important for pheasant recruitment from the smallest of habitat spaces and a look at June’s full moon and timing in today’s Outdoors Roundup.

Featured Photo:  The moon nears full tonight, setting up an added bonus for your weekend fishing efforts! Simonson Photo.

WEATHER (Bismarck Forecast):
Today: Thu 6/4 – Pleasant – Hi 78, Lo 56, Wind S@5toNW@12
Tomorrow: Fri 6/5 – Copy That – Hi 78, Lo 76, Wind N@7

SOLUNAR (Bismarck Times):

Sunrise        Sunset
5:50AM        9:32PM

Moonrise         Moonset          Overhead        Underfoot
8:28PM           5:13AM           12:15AM            12:43PM
Moon Phase:  Waxing Gibbous (98% Full)

EDGE HOUR:   8:30-9:30PM.  The growing moon will rise just ahead of Sunset on a temperate evening to finish your day strong with our Edge Hour.

DAY RATING:
4Fish

OUTDOORS ROUNDUP:

HEADING OUT.  The NDG&F warns traveling boaters to familiarize themselves with ANS and watercraft transport requirements in adjacent states and provinces to help prevent the spread of those troublesome species out of and into the state. In addition to clean, drain and dry tactics, the agency posts links to those requirements in surrounding jurisdictions.

TALK ABOUT TIMING.  Pheasants Forever addresses the importance of roadside habitat, and waiting until August 1 before mowing and haying ditches in recruiting chicks for fall populations of birds.  In its blog, the organization addresses the timing of the young pheasant’s life cycle and its ability to escape mowers as it grows

FULL MOON RISIN’ This month’s full moon, also known as the Strawberry Moon due to it matching up with the fruit beginning to ripen, happens to coincide with the weekend. So take a few minutes to plan your trip on the water in the coming days.

 

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