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12-15-2009 06:18 PM
Re: fishing forcast

Good point Clint! If I have a few days to choose from I sometimes take a look at it to help me decide, stupidly I know. I used to follow the solunar tables in Field and Stream religiously a decade or two ago and it seemed to correlate fairly well. I just wanted to get a feel for what other people thought. Thanks for your input!

Hitting Antero maņana solo. Hope to get some pics to post.
12-15-2009 11:14 AM
Re: fishing forcast

Originally Posted by clint walker has never been accurate for me. haven't used their site ever since I found this one
Yeah, I don't really use for the weather forecast but they have a fishing forecast that tells you when the fish are going to be biting. I think it's similar to the solunar tables for wildlife activity / feeding times.
12-15-2009 07:39 AM
Re: fishing forcast

I hate think a dart board is more accurate...

I will look at NOAA...the

When I get within 2 days...9 News has a custom cast email service you can sign up gives you four zip code locations you can gives you hourly temps, precipitation, wind direction, wind speed, and humidity. It is pretty accurate...its all I look at for Aurora, Chatty, Evergreen, Antero once it gets close to fishing dday...
12-14-2009 07:54 PM
Re: fishing forcast

i look at it from time to time and would say its fairly accurate for me last summer. but then again it almost always peeks at 7:am when i do catch most of my fish. and on days when the peek is for most of the early part day i do have good numbers of fish in the boat.
12-13-2009 12:17 PM
clarkii fishing forcast

Does anyone use the fishing forecast? I've looked at it a few times and sometimes it matches, sometimes not so much.

Post your thought here on how well you think it matches up. The bad thing is you can't look back at a previous day so you have to print them out in order to look back in time.

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