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Hi,

Just wondered if anyone can help. I've heard people say the best time to fish is when the tide is high (fishing from the shore), but I'm just wondering when this is?

I've looked at the tide forecast online and it seems to give a forecast up to about 6pm - previously I've checked the forecast and it seems to give a forecast up to 10pm. High tide a week or so ago would have been at about 10.30pm according to the site, but when I look today the high tide is about 6pm.

Any idea why this is? Heres a link showing what I mean (just scroll down): http://www.bbc.co.uk/weather/coast/tides/tides.shtml?date=20090929&loc=0037


Thanks for any help
 

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