Thanks guys for that ... was exactly what I wanted to know.
Hope to go out Thurs weather permitting & need a couple of
hours min either side of low tide to get back in to the ramp
at that river with the clubhouse close to Glorit.
With the days getting shorter with light begining to fade not
long after 5 pm have to know there will be enough water in
order to avoid not being able to make out the channel marker
stakes & avoid having to stay out overnight.
Also have to judge the tide right in order to have enough water
to get to the flounder net before coming in so the advice re 30 mins
tide difference will be a help.
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