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Postby charlied » Sun Jun 20, 2010 4:28 pm

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by charlied on Sun Jun 20, 2010 2:52 pm

We are staying on the back side of Tybee Island (near Savanna GA) for the next week. We are on the south end near Tybee Inlet which the tide chart calls tybee creek inlet. It's no creek however, being over a quarter mile across. Locals call it the Back River.

We want to fish with surf rods and use the local bait which is mud minnows, shrimp or froven squid. Last year we caught a 4' Hammerhead Shark and than, 2 minutes later something ( probably a bigger shark) took out all my line and snapped it off at tha spool. 25lb Stren.

We will get a low tide in the AM and a low tide in the afternoon all week. Today the low was 9:30 AM and the high 4:00 PM. These times will become almost an hour later each day, as the week goes on. Tides are running 8 feet wave:

WHEN, IN RELATION TO THE TIDES IS THE BEST TIME TO FISH?

Thanks for the advise.

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Re: Need Advice

Postby charlied » Fri Jun 25, 2010 7:22 pm

The best time to fish the tybee inlet (back river) is from 2-4 hours AFTER the high tide. The big boys are heading back out of the intercoastal and you can catch 4' hammerhead sharks and huge sting rays then.

FYI guy's, Its Friday night and I answered my own question fron last Sunday!!

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