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    I'm looking for info on where on the net to find tide info. and also how to read it. The only sites I have found haven't listed most of the locations I am interested in, and might as well be written in greek.
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    Brian,
    I don't know if this will help. I came across ---http://www.californiadelta.org/deltatides.htm

    They have a chart for June of 2003 with the times of high and low tides. I would imagine that should be consistant for your locations out there.
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    If you have a Palm PDA, then there's a nice little program called TideTool. http://www.toolworks.com/bilofsky/tidetool.htm

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    For a Windows system wxtide32 works well.

    http://www.wxtide32.com/

    On a Mac I use Mr. Tides.

    http://www.exmsft.com/~augusth/

    I have both of these programs, and they agree with each other (more or less). Hope this helps
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    Easy to read tide charts

    Quote Originally Posted by bmac View Post
    I'm looking for info on where on the net to find tide info. and also how to read it. The only sites I have found haven't listed most of the locations I am interested in, and might as well be written in greek.
    A nice easy to read tide site I've found is http://www.whattideisit.com. It has a nice map which allows you to pin point tide stations. It also features a weather forecast and moon phase details.

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    You can pick up a tide schedule booklet at any shop which caters to salt water fishermen. Free.
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    It is in the daily and weekly papers in the Fla Keys, don t know about Saint Jo.
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    surfline.com

    they should cover anywhere where surfers are interested

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    Anywhere that caters to ocean fishers or surfers will have this information, and probably some government Websites as well.
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