I have not fished out of Homer before, but I want to start this year. Searching the threads about the tides, I gather that the best times to fish for halibut are a couple of hours both sides of slack tides-high or low tides. And it is best to avoid the minus tides. The question is: if you have several days of minus tides in a row, should you avoid those days entirely, or will fishing around the high tides those days be fine anyway? And for those who fish out of Seward, do the tides effect the halibut fishing for you?
Do you guys fine a real coordination with the picture of a little fish (meaning a minus tide) and a big fish in the tide books?