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    Default Oops...

    The first link listed is for 2006, here's the 2007 link

    http://co-ops.nos.noaa.gov/tides07/tab2wc2b.html#153

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    Does anyone have a link to a tide table for the summer of 2008 in Cook Inlet. I am trying to plan a trip around the tides and haven't had any luck searching. Thx.

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    Try googling the Alaska almanac, you can find tides for many locations for any time in the future.
    Quote Originally Posted by yukon View Post
    Does anyone have a link to a tide table for the summer of 2008 in Cook Inlet. I am trying to plan a trip around the tides and haven't had any luck searching. Thx.

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    Default 2008 tides from NOAA

    The 2008 tides are now posted on NOAA site, here is the site address
    http://tidesandcurrents.noaa.gov/tid...2wc2b.html#154
    Good fishing

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    Smile 2008 Homer Tide tables

    The tides with the best Halibut fishing and Clam digging dates highlited are now up on my website.

    www.wildroselodge.com
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    Yukon ... I have all the tides for the next 90 years Email me whenever you need something and I can forward a chart of it. We have the next two summers available for printout on our site as well.

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    Thanks Bob, I will go to your site, it is a great one!

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    Thumbs up Shrimp pots

    yall sound like the only ones talking ocean fishing so I figured I would ask. Anyone know were to find colapsable Shrimp pots. There the mesh ones with the metal frame. I know Donaldson Co. had them but I hear they went out of buisness.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phishknet View Post
    yall sound like the only ones talking ocean fishing so I figured I would ask. Anyone know were to find colapsable Shrimp pots. There the mesh ones with the metal frame. I know Donaldson Co. had them but I hear they went out of buisness.
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    Daveinthebush,
    Thanks for the tide tables. Not being that familiar with some of the Alaskan locations I would appreciate it if you would tell me which of the Valdez locations (Ellamar, Tatitlek Narrows, Jack Bay, Rocky Point or Port Valdez) would be the most accurate for for tides ar Allison Point.

    Also, which location would be best for Ressurection Creek in Hope?

    Thanks for the help.

    Charlie

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    This is also a great resource on the web


    http://www.pioneerpublishing.com/TidesSearch.php

    hope it helps!

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    This is a good site. Thanks for taking time to contact me.

    Charlie

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    Default Question Please...


    I found this link, LINK and it shows tide tables... for the year 2006!
    Does this mean they are good for 2009????

    Thank you for your help..
    ps, love your sig.

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    http://129.252.79.73/tide/sites_othernorth.html

    pick your site and use the graphic plot

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    Cool 2010 Alaska tides

    2010 Alaska tides are posted on my website:
    www.wildroselodge.com
    On the right side of the page, the best tides for Clamming and Halibut are marked.
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    Lightbulb

    A little slow this year in getting them up on our site ... but I finally got 'em up. I have all the minus tides sorted and listed on the page at http://www.piscatorialpursuits.com/clammingtides.htm and I also have links to PDF's for each summer month for all daily tides at www.piscatorialpursuits.com/halibuttides.htm.

    We have both 2010 and 2011 data posted ...

    Good luck!

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    2011 tides are up on my site with best halibut tides and clamming tides listed
    www.wildroselodge.com Click on month you want in top left corner.
    Frank
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    Default Tide tables are here on Outdoors Directory!

    Check our our Alaska at a Glance page; it's brand-new and it contains not only the tide tables, but tons of other valuable links you need.

    If you have suggestions for how we can improve this service, please shoot me a PM and we'll look at it!

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