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2017 AOTY/DOTY Entry

Topic: Delta Tides  (Read 172 times)

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JSchmidt

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Relatively new to fishing the Sac region and I have never had to deal with tides before. I fish for mostly bass. Can anyone give me a cliffnotes version rundown of how to deal with fishing the tides? i.e. Is it better on the incoming, outgoing, etc. Note - This question is in regards to the Delta. Any good links are greatly appreciated. Thanks!


bryan

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I think it really if preference and area. At least for me i prefer trolling against the tide. And or paddling with it. I think its just up to you.


 

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