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Reliable tide chart source for Rhode Island?

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Hi All, 

 

I recently moved to the area and I'm glad I did because you all have bass! I've surfcasted my entire life but it has been extra productive and a lot of fun here. I love the different types and amount of shoreline available here. 

 

Anyway, I'm realizing the source for tides I am using is not very accurate for this area. I was hoping some of you would be willing to share which resources you have found to be accurate in this area.

 

Thanks for any suggestions. 

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 I use "US harbors" or saltwater tides.com. With a little bit of clicking here and there on their websites, you can print monthly charts for the whole month. Much easier to use than the "Graph" type charts

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If you have an iPhone, “tide charts” is a good app.  You can pick your station off a map or just select the nearest to you.  It does a really nice job with tidal cycles that are non symmetrical like the second image from a few weeks ago, compared to Wednesday.

 

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It's a small state but tide times vary quite a bit in different locations, but I've found US Harbors website pretty accurate. You can search for each town.

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