September Solunar Calendar

by Emily Walsh | August 31, 2016

September solunar

Dark green: Days when fish and game are most active.
Light green: Days when fish and game are more active than usual.
Unofficial key dates
September 1: Black bear opens in many Central and Southern units; deer bow in selected WMUs; waterfowl and woodcock open in Hudson-James Bay District; geese in Northern District
September 3: Waterfowler Heritage Day Hudson James Bay and Northern Districts
September 6: Black bear opens in many Central and Southern units; geese and mourning doves open in Central district
September 8: Early goose and mourning doves open in Southern District
September 10: Waterfowl opens in Northern District; Waterfowler Heritage Day in Central District
September 15: Grouse, wolf, and coyote open in select units; woodcock opens in Northern District
September 17: Moose bow opens in selected units; Waterfowler Heritage Day in Southern District; waterfowl opens in Central District
September 19: Elk season opens in harvest areas
September 20: Grouse/small game open in many Central units; woodcock opens in Central District
September 24: Grouse/small game opens in many Southern units; waterfowl and goose open in Southern District
September 25: Woodcock opens in Southern District

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 2016 solunar table PDF.

DaySunRiseSunSetMoonRiseMoonSetMinorAMMajorAMMinorPMMajorPM
16:427:576:52a8:08p5:4311:556:0612:18
26:437:557:55a8:37p6:3112:196:5312:42
36:447:538:56a9:04p7:181:087:401:29
46:467:519:55a9:32p8:071:568:292:18
56:477:4910:55a10:00p8:552:459:173:06
66:487:4711:53a10:30p9:443:3310:063:55
76:497:4612:51p11:03p10:334:2110:554:44
86:507:441:47p11:40p11:215:0911:445:32
96:527:422:41pNoMoon—–5:5712:096:20
106:537:403:33p12:23a12:316:4412:567:08
116:547:384:21p1:11a1:187:301:437:56
126:557:365:06p2:07a2:048:172:308:43
136:567:345:47p3:08a2:509:033:179:30
146:577:326:25p4:14a3:379:514:0410:17
156:597:307:01p5:24a4:2610:394:5311:06
167:007:287:36p6:36a5:1711:305:4411:57
177:017:278:10p7:50a6:1112:016:3812:25
187:027:258:45p9:05a7:0912:557:361:22
197:037:239:22p10:20a8:091:558:372:23
207:047:2110:03p11:34a9:122:589:403:26
217:067:1910:48p12:45p10:154:0010:434:29
227:077:1711:39p1:51p11:165:0211:455:30
237:087:15NoMoon2:51p—–6:0012:146:28
247:097:1312:35a3:42p12:416:551:097:22
257:107:111:35a4:27p1:327:451:588:12
267:127:092:38a5:06p2:198:322:458:57
277:137:073:41a5:40p3:049:163:289:40
287:147:054:43a6:11p3:469:584:0910:21
297:157:045:45a6:40p4:2810:404:5111:02
307:167:026:46a7:07p5:1111:225:3311:43
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