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Old 06-19-2014, 11:32 AM   #1
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Went Mon. night and managed 9 quality fish. Fish hit the beach late due to the tide.Hit it again last night and launched at midnight. Loaded back up at 3. Water was a mirror, still a little stained.
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Went Mon. night and managed 9 quality fish. Fish hit the beach late due to the tide.Hit it again last night and launched at midnight. Loaded back up at 3. Water was a mirror, still a little stained.
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Old 06-19-2014, 11:46 AM   #3
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Starting tomorrow we finally have a decent tide set Frank. You need to splash that boat.
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no shrimping tonight so i am going gigging too, should be calm , sheeps and flounder pic's to come..
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Starting tomorrow we finally have a decent tide set Frank. You need to splash that boat.
Would you mind helping me understand what a good tide set is for gigging? Thanks. I'm trying to learn from some pros. You made the list.
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Nice report and a good haul of flounder.
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J////A rising tide, thats high early AM. Coming in all night long and this is my favorite time to go.
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J////A rising tide, thats high early AM. Coming in all night long and this is my favorite time to go.
Thank you. So if the tide starts to roll in around 3 AM and is high at 7 AM, that would be considered a good tide set?
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Thank you. So if the tide starts to roll in around 3 AM and is high at 7 AM, that would be considered a good tide set?
Any tide that's rising all night is a good tide.
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