TIDES

18 February 2019 | Fishing

Sunday, 17 February

Low 07:46

High 14:07

Low 20:12

High 02:00

Monday, 18 February

High 02:38

Low 08:36

High 14:56

Low 20:57

Tuesday, 19 February

High 03:22

Low 09:22

High 15:41

Low 21:39

Wednesday, 20 February

High 04:04

Low 10:05

High 16:23

Low 22:20

Thursday, 21 February

High 04:46

Low 10:48

High 17:05

Low 23:00

Friday, 22 February

High 05:27

Low 11:30

High 17:47

Low 23:40

Saturday, 23 February

High 06:09

Low 12:12

High 18:29

Low 00:21

Best fishing:

Sunday, 17 February

from 14:39 to 15:41

Monday, 18 February

from 14:24 to 15:28

Tuesday, 16 February

from 15:09 to 16:13

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