The PrimeTimes Wall Calendar is for the serious
outdoorsman, offering you minute-by-minute accounting of the electromagnetic
influence reigning down from both the sun and the moon.
In the abbreviated sample here (sorry about the poor scan...in the
actual calendar the graphics are diamond-sharp), notice how the
moon's two daily peaks tend to "slide" along, up, and over the solar peaks
of Dawn, High-Noon, and Dusk, making each day a whole new ballgame. Only in
the Wall Calendar can you see how each period truly stacks up against
the others that day. Usually, they are relatively close in strength
(ie: on the 8th). But every few days at least one lunar period overlaps a major
solar period (dawn, high-noon, or dusk), and you have the best potential for
fish and game activity (see the 6th and 7th).
Of course, the actual Wall Calendar shows all seven days of the week and all
weeks of the year. As you can see, it also shows moonrise and moonset
(the yellow triangles), and sunrise and sunset (the edges of the dark gray
boxes, which represent the night hours). Our customers also like the helpful
summary charts (not shown), revealing the best and worst days of each month, a
look ahead at next year's lunar phases, and much more.
And finally, at the top of each PrimeTimes' calendar page is our
unparalleled and highly popular "Best Days of the Month" chart. For a sample,
click here or on the "PrimeTimes Best Days" link at the left.