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 Posted: Mon Jan 2nd, 2017 11:56 pm
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How much do the tides play into effect with yellowtail fishing in SC ?
are there better times or tides to fish ?
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 Posted: Tue Jan 3rd, 2017 02:40 am
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I think you will get differing opinions on this question, but I firmly believe in the major and minor periods, based on solunar tables. And not just for YT. I have noticed that deep water bottom fishing can turn on and off, based on the rising and setting of the moon and sun.

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They are moodier over the month than most women. It is unlikely that we will ever fully understand either.

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:D :D:D nobody understands women not even themselves know what they want. 
Yellowtail are like cats,  they love to chase things  

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If you have limited days to fish and pick the days shown as major activity day, especially when the peak periods coincide with times of day you can be fishing, you will having better luck than "I think I'll see if the fish are biting now!".  http://www.sancarlosmexico.com/solunar.html

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We don't have much of a tide in the SC area, but the tables do help. But I have been in strong bites when there was supposed to be none and vice versa, so that keeps it interesting.

Cold fronts seems to make the fish move around so that also makes life less predictable.

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The best bites seem to be afternoon at the Island in the Spring after the low. Around a morning high, or after a low. Bigger swings may have stronger currents, esp. around moon phases which can help or hurt. Take fronts, wind patterns, seasons  and bait into the factor, crunch every figure and you still can't crack the code every time. The one thing I will hedge against someone, is if they wait for a good report, it probably won't be the same a few days later- so just go fish.

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We don't have much of a tide in the SC area, but the tables do help. But I have been in strong bites when there was supposed to be none and vice versa, so that keeps it interesting.

Cold fronts seems to make the fish move around so that also makes life less predictable.

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I'm waiting for Paradise Air, and the minute I see you guys catching fish, I'm on the next flight!

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