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Old 01-07-2019, 02:12 PM   #1
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PoC Tides

Still crazy low?

I was there this weekend and all my hunting spots were dry ground

Any hope theyll be back up later this week? Wind out of the north starting tomorrow wont help

Appreciate any insight from folks in the area.

(I check noaa but with gov shutdown some info is limited... i cant find actual tide level for some reason?)
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Click the "Tides/Water Levels" tab. North wind definitely will not help with water levels.

https://tidesandcurrents.noaa.gov/wa...tml?id=8773701
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Water is back up
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Check the barometer. Once it starts falling, the water will come back.

Most people think the North wind is the prime culprit in water levels going down in the winter. While the north wind does blow water out, the high pressure dome of cold air does more in creating low water levels and keeping it low.

Ever notice how low the water is when it’s clear, cold, and calm? That is due to the high pressure dome and not the north wind. If it was just the wind, once it stops, the water should flow back with the next tide. It doesn’t, it only comes back when the dome of high pressure slides on by, and lower pressure allows the water to return to more normal levels.

Factor that in with moon position, tide flows, Granny’s sore toe that throbs when it gets cold and you can tell when the water should come back. Once Granny’s toe starts feeling better, head on out.........
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Check the barometer. Once it starts falling, the water will come back.

Most people think the North wind is the prime culprit in water levels going down in the winter. While the north wind does blow water out, the high pressure dome of cold air does more in creating low water levels and keeping it low.

Ever notice how low the water is when it’s clear, cold, and calm? That is due to the high pressure dome and not the north wind. If it was just the wind, once it stops, the water should flow back with the next tide. It doesn’t, it only comes back when the dome of high pressure slides on by, and lower pressure allows the water to return to more normal levels.

Factor that in with moon position, tide flows, Granny’s sore toe that throbs when it gets cold and you can tell when the water should come back. Once Granny’s toe starts feeling better, head on out.........
Thanks for the education! I was wondering what had the water levels all jacked up this weekend!
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Check the barometer. Once it starts falling, the water will come back.

Most people think the North wind is the prime culprit in water levels going down in the winter. While the north wind does blow water out, the high pressure dome of cold air does more in creating low water levels and keeping it low.

Ever notice how low the water is when it’s clear, cold, and calm? That is due to the high pressure dome and not the north wind. If it was just the wind, once it stops, the water should flow back with the next tide. It doesn’t, it only comes back when the dome of high pressure slides on by, and lower pressure allows the water to return to more normal levels.

Factor that in with moon position, tide flows, Granny’s sore toe that throbs when it gets cold and you can tell when the water should come back. Once Granny’s toe starts feeling better, head on out.........
Any range of pressure to look for or any threshold you use to determine the right to head back out? I’ve been kayaking west bay, snake island and confederate and have been skunk’d all three times. I’m new to kayak fishing but everywhere we went seemed too low for fishing inshore.
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Go when you can go and learn something even if you don’t catch fish. Use the low water conditions to study the area for structure, cuts, troughs, guts, etc that will be covered up soon and used as fish highways or ambush points.

Check the weather maps and as the forecast shows the high pressure dome sliding east, plan a trip if you can.

This photo shows the big dome centered down the middle of the country right now. Lower pressure to the SW will slowly move this way.

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They are still well below normal.
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