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Thread: Tides for Pinks?

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    Default Tides for Pinks?

    Just curious when the best time to try for pinks outside the mouth of a creek is. Am I correct in assuming catching the outgoing tide is best?

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    Generally speaking incoming tide is best for any salmon at the mouth of a creek. They seem to be more prone to bite when they are coming from the salt into the fresh water instead of leaving the freshwater.

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    Thumbs up Another vote for incoming

    Fishing on the incoming tide has always proved better to me.
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    Right now in Juneau fishing the incoming tide has been way better. It's been moving the fish in closer to shore, well within casting distance...They've also been more grabby then as well...

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    Got it. Thanks.

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