TIDES

28 January 2019 | Fishing

Sunday, 27 January

High 08:19

Low 14:40

High 20:52

Low 02:00

Monday, 28 January

Low 02:48

High 09:26

Low 15:58

High 22:13

Tuesday, 29 January

Low 04:10

High 10:46

Low 17:22

High 23:44

Wednesday, 30 January

Low 05:38

High 12:06

Low 18:33

High 00:57

Thursday, 31 January

Low 06:48

High 13:09

Low 19:26

High 01:49

Friday, 1 February

Low 07:41

High 13:57

Low 20:06

High 02:00

Saturday, 2 February

High 02:30

Low 08:21

High 14:36

Low 20:39

Best fishing:

Thursday, 31 January

from 06:16 to 07:20

Friday, 1 February

from 07:09 to 08:13

Saturday, 2 February

from 07:49 to 08:53

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