TIDES

12 January 2021 | Fishing

Tuesday,12 January

High 02:56

Low 08:49

High 15:08

Low 21:14

Wednesday, 13 January

High 03:40

Low 09:34

High 15:51

Low 21:54

Thursday, 14 January

High 04:20

Low 10:17

High 16:32

Low 22:31

Friday, 15 January

Low 04:44

High 11:19

Low 17:48

High 00:10

Saturday, 16 January

High 05:00

Low 10:57

High 17:11

Low 23:06

Sunday, 17 January

High 06:15

Low 12:15

High 18:27

Low 00:16

Monday, 18 January

High 06:54

Low 12:55

High 19:06

Low 00:53

Best fishing:

Tuesday, 12 January

from 08:17 to 09:21

Wednesday, 13 January

from 15:19 to 16:23

Saturday, 16 January

From 11:04 to 12:08

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