March 2017 Solunar Calendar

by Emily Walsh | February 28, 2017

March 2017

Dark green: Days when fish and game are most active.
Light green: Days when fish and game are more active than usual.
Orange unofficial key dates
March 12: Daylight savings time starts.

MajorAM/PM: Daily times when fish and animals are likely to be most active. Periods last two hours, beginning at listed time.

To get appropriate sunrise and sunset times for your area, visit the Government of Canada’s weather website.

Download the full 2017 solunar table PDF.

Day SunRise SunSet MoonRise MoonSet MinorAM MajorAM MinorPM MajorPM
1 6:58 6:05 8:44a 9:53p 7:29 1:17 7:55 1:42
2 6:57 6:07 9:17a 11:05p 8:28 2:15 8:54 2:41
3 6:55 6:08 9:53a NoMoon 9:27 3:13 9:54 3:41
4 6:53 6:09 10:34a 12:16a 10:26 4:12 10:54 4:40
5 6:51 6:11 11:20a 1:25a 11:24 5:10 11:53 5:38
6 6:49 6:12 12:12p 2:30a —– 6:06 12:20 6:34
7 6:48 6:13 1:11p 3:28a 12:45 6:59 1:13 7:28
8 6:46 6:15 2:14p 4:19a 1:36 7:50 2:04 8:18
9 6:44 6:16 3:21p 5:03a 2:25 8:39 2:52 9:05
10 6:42 6:17 4:27p 5:42a 3:13 9:26 3:39 9:52
11 6:40 6:19 5:33p 6:17a 4:00 10:12 4:25 10:37
12 7:38 7:20 7:38p 7:48a 5:47 11:59 6:11 —–
13 7:37 7:21 8:41p 8:17a 6:35 12:23 6:57 12:46
14 7:35 7:23 9:43p 8:44a 7:23 1:12 7:45 1:34
15 7:33 7:24 10:44p 9:12a 8:12 2:01 8:34 2:23
16 7:31 7:25 11:43p 9:41a 9:01 2:50 9:24 3:12
17 7:29 7:27 NoMoon 10:11a 9:51 3:40 10:14 4:02
18 7:27 7:28 12:41a 10:45a 10:41 4:29 11:04 4:52
19 7:25 7:29 1:37a 11:23a 11:30 5:18 11:53 5:42
20 7:23 7:30 2:30a 12:06p —– 6:06 12:18 6:30
21 7:22 7:32 3:20a 12:54p 12:41 6:54 1:06 7:18
22 7:20 7:33 4:06a 1:49p 1:28 7:40 1:53 8:05
23 7:18 7:34 4:48a 2:49p 2:13 8:26 2:38 8:51
24 7:16 7:35 5:27a 3:53p 2:58 9:11 3:24 9:36
25 7:14 7:37 6:04a 5:00p 3:43 9:56 4:09 10:22
26 7:12 7:38 6:38a 6:10p 4:30 10:43 4:55 11:08
27 7:10 7:39 7:10a 7:22p 5:18 11:31 5:44 11:57
28 7:08 7:40 7:43a 8:35p 6:10 11:53 6:36 12:23
29 7:07 7:42 8:16a 9:49p 7:05 12:52 7:32 1:19
30 7:05 7:43 8:52a 11:03p 8:04 1:51 8:32 2:18
31 7:03 7:44 9:31a NoMoon 9:07 2:53 9:35 3:21
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