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Location: Ashburn
Local Time: 11:49 pm
Timezone: America/New_York
Latitude: 39.0437
Longitude: -77.4875
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Sun and Moon
The sun will be at it's highest point at 01:07 pm. Today we have 14:37 hours of daylight. For shallow water fishing the twilight periods are often the most productive fishing times, especially on days when a major or minor time will coincide with twilight. In low light conditions predators have better cover for their ambush and often hunt in shallow water.
  • Nautical Twilight begins:
    04:39 am
    Sunrise:
    05:48 am
  • Sunset:
    08:26 pm
    Nautical Twilight ends:
    09:36 pm
  • Moonrise:
    11:59 pm
  • Moonset:
    08:00 am
  • Moon over:
    03:39 am
  • Moon under:
    03:59 pm
  • Visibility:
    89%
  • Waning Gibbous Waning Gibbous
Next New Moon in 10 days on 6th June
  • Distance to earth:
    377,263 km
    Proximity:
    66.8 %
We can compare the current moon distance to it's minimum and maximum distance from earth and express that as proximity. A high proximity means the moon is closer to earth. At 50% it would be at it's mean distance. A high proximity causes big tides, currents and has a direct effect on increased bite times. A proximity greater than 90% indicates a super moon.
Moon Phases for Ashburn
Full Moon: Thu, 23 May - 09:55 am
Last Quarter: Thu, 30 May - 01:13 pm
New Moon: Thu, 6 Jun - 08:40 am
Full Moon: Fri, 21 Jun - 09:10 pm
Solunar Clock
Display Settings:
  • good Day
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The Solunarclock displays the best fishing times on a 24 hour clock. Green areas represent major bite times, yellow minor bite times, blue high and low tides, the center displays the moon phase and illumination (89%).
Best fishing times:
  • major Time:
    02:39 am - 04:39 am
  • minor Time:
    07:00 am - 09:00 am
  • major Time:
    02:59 pm - 04:59 pm
  • minor Time:
    10:59 pm - 12:59 am

All times are displayed in the America/New_York timezone and are automatically adjusted to daylight savings. The current timezone offset is -4 hours. Green and yellow areas indicate the best fishing times (major and minor). Blue areas indicate high and low tides. The center shows the current moon phase which is a Waning Gibbous at 89% lumination. According to the Solunar Theory, today is a good day for fishing, but you need to cross check this with the current weather forecast for a final decision. Currently we have a minor fishing time. The next best fishing time will be tomorrow. The gray time indicator displays the current local time.
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Tides for Fishing: Sun, 26 May
Tide Clock
H I G H T I D E L O W T I D E 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1
The Tideclock displays the tide status and the hours until the next tide. Currently the tide is falling and the next low tide is in 6 hours.
Tide Graph
05:19 am 11:00 am 06:27 pm 11:47 pm AM PM 3.48 ft 0.39 ft height hour: 12 2 4 6 8 10 12 2 4 6 8 10 12
Times
Tide Time Height
low 05:19 am 0.56 ft
high 11:00 am 3.48 ft
low 06:27 pm 0.39 ft
high 11:47 pm 2.89 ft

Tide Coefficient at 11:00 am is 136
Tide Coefficient at 11:47 pm is 100

For fishing, stronger tides are often favourable as they cause stronger currents and more motion on the sea bed. The above tidal coefficients give us an indication of how strong the tides are compared to their average. A value over 90 indicates very strong tides, known as spring tides. A low value indicates weak tides, known as neap tides. The tidal coefficient can range from 20 to 120 with a mean value of 70. A higher number usually indicates better fishing.
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7 Day Fishing Weather
The weather plays an important role in fishing. Wind strenght and direction often determine where you can fish and where fish might be holding. Although high pressure is usually good for fishing, steep pressure changes often trigger feeding frenzies and are great times for fishing. Of course temperature has also a strong effect on fishing and comfort on the water. So make sure to cross check the weather forecast with the solunar fishing times to determine the best times to go fishing. The graph below shows you the 3 hourly weather progression over the next 7 days. Scroll the graph left or right to see more.
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Date Major Bite Times Minor Bite Times Sun Moon Moonphase Tide Times
Sun, 26 May
02:39 am - 04:39 am
02:59 pm - 04:59 pm
07:00 am - 09:00 am
10:59 pm - 12:59 am
R: 05:48 am
S: 08:26 pm
R: 11:59 pm
S: 08:00 am
moon image
Waning Gibbous
low: 05:19 am , 0.56 ft
high: 11:00 am , 3.48 ft , Coeff: 136
low: 06:27 pm , 0.39 ft
high: 11:47 pm , 2.89 ft , Coeff: 100
Mon, 27 May
03:35 am - 05:35 am
03:55 pm - 05:55 pm
08:09 am - 10:09 am
11:42 pm - 01:42 am
R: 05:48 am
S: 08:27 pm
R: -
S: 09:09 am
moon image
Waning Gibbous
low: 06:09 am , 0.56 ft
high: 11:47 am , 3.44 ft , Coeff: 134
low: 07:13 pm , 0.39 ft
Tue, 28 May
04:31 am - 06:31 am
04:49 pm - 06:49 pm
09:21 am - 11:21 am
11:42 pm - 01:42 am
R: 05:47 am
S: 08:27 pm
R: 12:42 am
S: 10:21 am
moon image
Waning Gibbous
high: 12:34 am , 2.92 ft , Coeff: 102
low: 07:03 am , 0.56 ft
high: 12:40 pm , 3.38 ft , Coeff: 130
low: 08:01 pm , 0.39 ft
Wed, 29 May
05:26 am - 07:26 am
05:41 pm - 07:41 pm
12:18 am - 02:18 am
10:35 am - 12:35 pm
R: 05:47 am
S: 08:28 pm
R: 01:18 am
S: 11:35 am
moon image
Third Quarter Moon
high: 01:28 am , 2.99 ft , Coeff: 106
low: 08:03 am , 0.56 ft
high: 01:37 pm , 3.28 ft , Coeff: 124
low: 08:51 pm , 0.39 ft
Thu, 30 May
06:18 am - 08:18 am
06:31 pm - 08:31 pm
12:48 am - 02:48 am
11:48 am - 01:48 pm
R: 05:46 am
S: 08:29 pm
R: 01:48 am
S: 12:48 pm
moon image
Third Quarter Moon
high: 02:26 am , 3.05 ft , Coeff: 110
low: 09:07 am , 0.56 ft
high: 02:41 pm , 3.18 ft , Coeff: 118
low: 09:43 pm , 0.36 ft
Fri, 31 May
07:07 am - 09:07 am
07:20 pm - 09:20 pm
01:14 am - 03:14 am
01:00 pm - 03:00 pm
R: 05:46 am
S: 08:29 pm
R: 02:14 am
S: 02:00 pm
moon image
Third Quarter Moon
high: 03:28 am , 3.18 ft , Coeff: 118
low: 10:14 am , 0.52 ft
high: 03:48 pm , 3.08 ft , Coeff: 112
low: 10:36 pm , 0.33 ft
Sat, 01 Jun
07:55 am - 09:55 am
08:08 pm - 10:08 pm
01:39 am - 03:39 am
02:12 pm - 04:12 pm
R: 05:46 am
S: 08:30 pm
R: 02:39 am
S: 03:12 pm
moon image
Waning Crescent
high: 04:29 am , 3.31 ft , Coeff: 126
low: 11:22 am , 0.43 ft
high: 04:55 pm , 3.05 ft , Coeff: 110
low: 11:31 pm , 0.3 ft
*bold times indicate best fishing times around sunrise or sunset
Welcome To Fishingreminder - Your Ultimate Fishing Almanac

The aim of this website is to provide vital fishing information for planning successful fishing trips. We want to give you the best fishing almanac the internet has to offer.

Fishing is a great hobby and in order to catch fish consistently we need to consider a wide range of parameters. 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 decide when to go fishing. Fish have feeding times just like us, we call them bite times. But their feeding times follow a natural rhythm of sun and moon. Because sun and moon will change during the years, months and days the bite times for each day will vary.

For that reason a specific theory was developed to describe and predict bite times. It's called the Solunar Theory. Fishingreminder uses this theory to calculate a fishing calendar based on sun and moon movements, tides and weather. We have even included knowledge from 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 regularly. 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 daily 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.

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 an Article section 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.


All the best and good luck to everyone!
Comments
5 months ago by JamesThree
The preview of the new clock (in the latest 'Grim reaper video) looks great! Will the mobile app be getting the same update? If you are updating the mobile app, any chance you can also add the "Moon Over"/"Moon Under" times, as per the desktop view? The mobile app is really handy when on the go, to check the tide / bite window times, especially when considering if it's worth staying for "one more cast....." ;o) I really appreciate all the helpful, informative & entertaining content on the website & YT channel for pre-fishing research, and use the PRO version of the app when out and about.
5 months ago by Mark Totzke
Hey James, thanks for the feedback. Yeah the mobile app will also get an update with the new feature. But a little bit later in 2024. But the web version will have a mobile friendly layout as well. I will be quite good I think because the solunar clock will include all relevant weather data, including marine weather. Good idea, I'll add the Moon Over/Under times in the mobile app when I start working on next update.
5 months ago by Tj Ete
On a good days like today only 2 stars. Is it good to go before sunset or is it good to go fish when the tide start rising ?
4 months ago by Neal Turinetti
Thank you, I hope this works out for me
4 months ago by Neal Turinetti
Kaiden me grandson wish love this too.
4 months ago by Bigreddrum*
I'm headed for the south shores of Texas. Should be good next Wednesday>
4 months ago by 凡若
Thank you. This is my first time participating in this forum. I hope to make good fishing friends here.
4 months ago by Musmus Ludwig
Am new here, and May require assistace in reading and understanding informations.
3 months ago by Gus Singh
👍was at North mole today. Only landed one Toby. Rhe rest were nibbles. Fished between 14H00 to 16H30.
3 months ago by George Thomas
More tips for back water fishing
3 months ago by raynop
Hi from Vasse Western Australia ( just south of Busselton). Great weather, 37⁰C thru to 39ºC over the weekend. Haven't put my line in yet, but hoping to tomorrow and over the weekend. Cheers for now, Peter
3 months ago by Jody “Toad” Keller
Hey glad to be here it looks like this site is a lot more knowledgeable and easier to navigate then the other sites I've been to.
3 months ago by Jody “Toad” Keller
I don't have a boat or kayak any means of getting on the water so I'm restricted to land, which is no problem with me. Just trying to find some good tips where to go.
3 months ago by Ruben Chavez
Yesterday I caught a 17” speckled trout by the Base👍🏽
3 months ago by Holly Rivers
Love this, so very helpful.
3 months ago by Ken Webber
Caught nothing today so hopefully this will help me in future
3 months ago by J Corbitt
Hey Toad, Where are you fishin and what kind of fish are you trying to catch?
3 months ago by Hierro
This is a great website! Congrats!
3 months ago by Guss Anderson
Great guide line, as always fishing is based on variables, another tool for the tackle box.
2 months ago by Alex Torres
has anyone gone fishing latley with this guide?? and is it helpful??
2 months ago by Greg Viegas
Hi good to see you too like to try it out and will get back
2 months ago by John Capobianco
Has anyone caught any smallmouth from the Delaware river this early in the season?
2 months ago by Magdalena Louw
So glad we found this page. Lòve fishing and it's going to help us a lot!!
2 months ago by Jan Gibson 1
hi guys' just trying to sort out a fishing trip ' first time on this group' tight lines
2 months ago by Flippenstick
Can't wait to utilize the site. It is exactly what I was looking for. Thank You
2 months ago by Dwight Slemp
Hi glad i joined you,and look forward to you guiding me to the best fishing times in my personal fishing hole on the columbia river in washington state if it works out like it has in previos years i will send you alot of pix of the fish i catch and realese every year here in my favorite bass hole.
1 month ago by Wyatt Hinton
has anyone caught any fish on the flambeau flowage river
1 month ago by The RJD Factor
How to default on opening to Busseltonj
1 month ago by Mark Totzke
just add this to your locations (with the plus icon) and then make sure to stay logged in.
1 month ago by Eddiedo
Just got boat back from the shop for bellows and engine service. Looking forward to using your site for good and important local information. Thanks.
1 month ago by wenscod
Thanks for accepting me into the group, invaluable information which will hopefully equate to more fish caught
1 month ago by Alex Nidza
I thank you for good services for fishing reminder
3 weeks ago by Shawn Mabe
This app is epic!!!✨
2 weeks ago by Leby Geronimo
Just heard your website from another angler. Looks very helpful to newy. Thanks!
2 weeks ago by Mikeyo357
Straight river is on cracking popping and shaking!
1 week ago by McNashFish
Hi all, new here and thanks for the info. I’m based in Jersey CI and would love a little more info on CI fishing times and how the Major Time (Green) is always at Low Tide, locals speak to going -1 hr +1 hr at high tide here. FYI Jersey had a tide range between ~12m and ~1m which means quite a long dangerous walk out :)
1 week ago by Edwin Chinyemba
thanks for update it helps to plan
1 week ago by Steven Caplan
Hey there everyone, need all the help I can get. Surfcasting for some strippers in a few hours. Hoping for a "slottie" here on the south shore of long island.
1 week ago by Rob Fowler
App works well. Gives good info as to what depth to fish
6 days ago by Cavaliers
I like to use a frog lure but when a fish tries to strike it I can never set the hook in time. Any tips on how I can solve this problem?
6 days ago by Jason Mikkles
Why am I seeing weather for Austin when I fish in Rosebud. Temple or Waco would be better if you can't show Rosebud TX
1 day ago by Cyndi 1
Hello we out on Claytor Lake and the meeting place of the New River, any advice on carfishing times that are the best..
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