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Welcome to Fishingreminder!
The aim of this website is to provide vital fishing information for planning a successful fishing trip. We want to give you the best fishing almanac the internet has to offer.
Fishing is quite a complicated hobby. In order to catch fish one needs to consider a wide range of parameters.
Some people are happy enough just to be out on the water, wetting a line, having a beer and spend some time in the outdoors.
Others want to get better at their favorite hobby, increase their catches and come home with a nice feed for the family and some great stories to tell.
This site is for people who want to catch more fish.
To be able to catch fish we need to familiarize ourselves with the habitat of the target species, look for good fishing spots, decide which tackle to use, check weather, wind and tides and make an educated guess about the best time to go fishing on a given day.
Fishingreminder is here to help you make the best decision of when to go fishing.
Fish have feeding times just like us, we call them bite times. But their feeding times follow a natural rythm of sun and moon.
Because sun and moon will change during the years, months and days the best fishing times for each day will vary.
A specific theory was developed to describe and predict bite times. It's called the Solunar Theory.
Fishingreminder uses this theory to calculate the best fishing times per day based on sun and moon movements, tides and weather.
We have even included parts of the ancient Maori fishing calendar in our calculations.
According to the Solunar Theory all wildlife and not only fish follow a similar feeding rhythm.
Fishingreminder can therefore also be used for hunting and bird watching to find times of increased feeding activity.
Sometimes we are very busy with work and other commitments and don’t have time or forget to check for good fishing days.
Only to realize a week or so after new moon that we have just missed what could have been an epic fishing session.
That’s why Fishingreminder will scan the best fishing times for your location regularly and remind you per email when you should go out fishing.
Cause we know that nothing is more frustrating then to miss a great fishing opportunity.
On the site you will find Major and Minor Fishing Times, Sun and Moon information, Tide information if available and Weather info’s.
We have included a very cool forecast search tool. You can use the forecast filter to view only days when fishing will be hot.
There is also a Forum, which you can use to ask people for advice or help others with your knowledge.
In the photo section you can share your photos and show us what you caught and comment on photos.
We also have article and tutorial sections and try to upload interesting articles and links to help you become an even more successful fisherman.
So have fun, explore the site and share your thoughts and catches with us.
Tight lines to everyone!
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