|07-13-2007 09:09 AM|
|juro||I am so addicted to the tbone site I can't even look at a regular tide chart that is without the nice color graphics anymore|
|07-13-2007 04:56 AM|
Thanks Juro! Drowning is not much of a living! Brewster is a bit dodgy when the fog moves in.
Looks like a big bunch of Brits have their invasion plans in place already.
|07-11-2007 04:46 PM|
Thanks fot that
|07-11-2007 08:19 AM|
Thanks will do.
|07-10-2007 03:46 PM|
|juro||Use east entrance canal from the graph link I posted above for close-enuf tide times for Brewster flats.|
|07-10-2007 03:34 PM|
Oz you sad git. Well that's calling the kettle black I guess as I have booked up my house and trip for June 2008 already. The one aspect that bothered me about tide tables procured from Tackle shops on the Cape was it was almost impossible to accurataly determine tidal time differences for hairy places like Brewsters flats. When I asked about time differences I got blank looks.
I am getting too old at having to keep swimming back to shore.
|07-10-2007 08:13 AM|
many choices - my favorite...
google "tbone tides"
select graphical plot option
|07-10-2007 08:05 AM|
2008 Tides ?
Do any of you guys have links or advise on where to find info on Julne / July 2008 tides ?
Chatham. P Town etc ?
I need to sort out next years trip to help get over post Cape depession