Daily Edge for Mon. 6/15 – Halfway Home

ANNNND…STOP!  Winds taper today, allowing time on the water and a little less grit in your teeth when walking the dog. We’ve got information on how light affects bass in their feeding forays, an update on the ND CTL and build the anticipation for deer season with a look back in our Outdoors Roundup.

Featured Photo:  DUST IN THE WIND.  Saturday’s high wind blows sand off a shoreline along the Missouri River.
WEATHER (Bismarck Forecast):
Today: Mon 6/15 – Winds Fade – Hi 82, Lo 63, Wind NW@14, G25
Tomorrow: Tue 6/16 – Hot Hot Hot! – Hi 93, Lo 64, Wind S@17, G30

SOLUNAR (Bismarck Times):

Sunrise        Sunset
5:48AM        9:39PM

Moonrise         Moonset       Overhead        Underfoot
3:10AM           3:59PM           9:29AM            9:49PM

Moon Phase:  Waning Crescent (29% Full)

EDGE HOUR:   9:00-10:00PM.  Sunset, moon underfoot and glorious, rare calm conditions combine to end your day on a high note in our Edge Hour.


LIGHT & DARK.  Bassmaster explores the ins-and-outs of water stain and coloration and its impact on the sight-feeding prowess of bass, testing conventional wisdom with the scientific method.  Does the old idea of light colors on bright days hold up?  Check it out!

THINKING FALL.  The North Dakota State High School Clay Target League has information up for its 2020 fall league which Starts Sept. 13.  As the modified spring season wraps this week for the schools that were able to participate in the ND CTL, many teams eye up a fresh start in fall.

TEN DAYS OUT?  Last year’s ND Firearms Deer Lottery results were released on June 25, 2019.  We’ll see if it’s delayed at all this year with the after-effects of the pandemic, but as anticipation mounts, at least you know you have a timeline to work with as you get excited for what’s to come.


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