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World Wide - Solunar - Peak Fishing Activity Times


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How to read and use the graph

Solunar Clock is designed to display a fishing times chart combined with tide times and other solunar events in an easy to read interface. At a quick glance you can get an idea of what fishing could be like on a particular day and decide when is the best time for you to go fishing. You probably know that fish are not biting nonstop. They have feeding times just like us. Solunar Charts help us finding those feeding times for particular locations based on Sun and Moon. Solunar Clock also shows you tide times since tides are equally important for salt water fishing as solunar times.

Look out for those days where major or minor times and high or low tide are an hour or two after sunrise or two hours before sunset. In other words try to find days where you can line up as many events as possible with sunrise or sunset and you'll be surprised how good the fishing will be. If you can't go around sunrise/sunset on those days your next best bet would be to fish during major or minior fishing times on days with a good rating (fish symbols).

Legend:
  • Sunrise
  • Sunset
  • Moonrise
  • Moonset
  • Center: Moonphase
  • Gray Line: Current Time
  • Long light green cones: Major Solunar Fishing Times
  • Short dark green cones: Minor Solunar Fishing Times
  • Long light blue cones: High Tide Times
  • Long dark blue cones: Low Tide times
  • Fish Symbols: Day Rating (1-4)
  • Detect current location
For more advanced solunar forcasts and fishing times including weather and calendars go to

Best fishing times at fishingreminder.com

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