OVER THE HUMP. Your Wednesday starts a back-of-the-week warming trend and we take a look at that along with spring animal encounters and tips for Carolina rigging in our Outdoors Roundup.
Featured Photo: BUGGED OUT. A May Beetle (aka June Bug) makes its way across the ground. Simonson Photo.
WEATHER (Bismarck Forecast):
Today: Wed 6/10 – Clearing – Hi 73, Lo 50, Wind NW@18, G26
Tomorrow: Thu 6/11 – Warmer – Hi 78, Lo 51, Wind NW@14, G21
SOLUNAR (Bismarck Times):
Moonrise Moonset Overhead Underfoot
1:16AM 10:39AM 5:54AM 6:18PM
Moon Phase: Waxing Gibbous (76% Full)
EDGE HOUR: 6:00-7:00PM. Winds begin to fade as moon moves underfoot in our Edge Hour.
ANIMAL WATCH. The NDG&F Dept. reminds the public that young animals such as deer and cottontail rabbits which appear abandoned often have a mother nearby. People should leave these creatures alone and avoid handling them, to help prevent injury or abandonment.
OLD CAROLINA. B.A.S.S. shares the basics of the Carolina Rig, for slow dragging plastics for bass through prime areas. Get clickin’ and clackin’ on your favorite largemouth waters.
WARMING UP. Temperatures rise into the 80s for the back half of the week for all your outdoor adventures, and things remain relatively dry until a chance for rain on Sunday night. Sunday’s temperatures get into the upper 80s before a slight cool down comes in with that shift.