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Moon phases

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Hi, 

I am new to fishing the canal, but not new to striper fishing.  I've heard alot of talk about the moon phases and the tides. 

Could someone post or PM me a little information to go off of on the breaking tides? 

 

Thank you,

Steve

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The best advice I've gotten, and pass on to you is.....

 do your own research.... apply what you learn from it.....take notes about your experiences.... and most importantly. Practice common courtesy to those around you!         

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Do the opposite of everything people here tell you to do. You'll be fine. I'll start it off. The new moon is the worst time to fish. It's too dark!

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On 9/5/2018 at 9:08 AM, beerdoh said:

Do the opposite of everything people here tell you to do. You'll be fine. I'll start it off. The new moon is the worst time to fish. It's too dark!

Only without super-bright headlamps.  

 

(Don't leave home without them. Be sure to shine them onto:

1.  The water in front of you

2.  Any fish that someone else catches, even if it is 100 yards away, and, my FAVE,

3.  Another anglers' eyes.)

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44 mins ago, Southcoastphil said:

Only without super-bright headlamps.  

 

(Don't leave home without them. Be sure to shine them onto:

1.  The water in front of you

2.  Any fish that someone else catches, even if it is 100 yards away, and, my FAVE,

3.  Another anglers' eyes.)

Heeheeheee

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