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Shrimping Tides

Discussion in 'Tide Conversion Charts' started by Troy, Mar 11, 2020.


  1. Troy

    Troy Pirate
    Thread Started By

    I know it’s often said on here that high tide at oak hill is low tide at Ponce. Why is it that when I look up the tides for oak hill it’s 1-2 hours off the high tide at Ponce. For example I was thinking about going out Friday. It says low tide is 6:09 pm at the inlet and it says on the same website low tide at oak hill is 6:32. Trying to figure out why that is.
     
  2. Nautical Gator

    Nautical Gator Forum Captain, Moderator, Peacekeeper Staff Member

    they are right here
    https://www.shrimpnfishflorida.com/...-this-is-for-ponce-inlet-halifax-river.12896/
     
  3. Troy

    Troy Pirate
    Thread Started By

    Thanks I have looked at all that I guess my question is why does it say oak hills high tide is 40 minutes after Ponce everywhere I look. But if I follow your chart I’m roughly 5 hours off. Don’t get why they are so far off and when to go out this weekend.
     
  4. Nautical Gator

    Nautical Gator Forum Captain, Moderator, Peacekeeper Staff Member

    just add the below HRS to ponce inlet tide.
    Oak Hill ADD - 6 hours to inlet time
    Lopez ADD - 7 hours to inlet time
     
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  5. Jeepster

    Jeepster Boatswain

    Thanks Sam. Just wish the shrimp would figure this out the nights I get my kitchen pass!
     

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