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Old 03-08-2012, 12:49 PM   #1
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Question Are Solunar tables valid?

I have noticed that at least some of the time good fishing coinsides with Solunar table indication of good fishing.

The best inshore day I have had was on a day & during the time that Solunar tables indicated would be great for catching.

I would like to know if others think Solunar tables are worth a hill of beans or are they just a ?
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Old 03-08-2012, 02:46 PM   #2
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Default Solunaaar Tables

Solunar Tables as well as other Fishing Tables work to an extent, but are based on freshwater observations.

However; there are other factors which affect fish behavior, especially in Saltwater, with tides, temperatures,migration, and water quality. I'm sure that there are others.

Just go fishing! The fish will hopefully show up. JMHO C2
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Old 03-10-2012, 12:47 PM   #3
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I agree with charlie2. In my experience and opinion, moon phases work. The funny thing is that i use the same moon phases to hunt deer. There are free apps on the andriod market for fishing calanders. I even have a watch that tells me fishing times. Next time you see a deer on the side of the road, look at your moon phase tables (or app). More times than not the phase will coincide with movement. My friends say "fish and deer eat in the morning and at night". I tell them that animals do not have a "breakfast, lunch and supper" schedule. When the moon's gravitational pull brings the plankton off of the plants, the little fish eat the plankton and the bigger fish eat them ect..... I'm sure that this may cause some debate but again, this is my opinion and it works for me.
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