Fishing and tide times for:

Prospect 🇦🇺

Timezone: Australia/Adelaide
Local Time: Fri, 12 Aug 15:20
Coordinates: -34.882 ,138.593
Sun and Moon
The sun will be at it's highest point at 12:21 pm. Today we have 10:42 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:
    06:03 am
    Sunrise:
    06:59 am
  • Sunset:
    05:42 pm
    Nautical Twilight ends:
    06:38 pm
  • Moonrise:
    05:50 pm
  • Moonset:
    07:18 am
  • Moon over:
    11:57 pm
  • Moon under:
    12:34 pm
  • Visibility:
    100%
  • Full Moon Full Moon
Next New Moon in 15 days on 27th August
Full Moon is generally a productive time for fishing - especially night fishing. Bright nights mean that many predators feed more actively during the night. During full moon the gravitational pull is in line with the gravitational pull of the sun, affecting all wildlife and increasing feeding behaviour.
  • Distance to earth:
    367,054 km
    Proximity:
    90.7 %
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 Prospect
First Quarter: Fri, 5 Aug - 08:37 pm
Full Moon: Fri, 12 Aug - 11:06 am
Last Quarter: Fri, 19 Aug - 02:06 pm
New Moon: Sat, 27 Aug - 05:46 pm
Full Moon: Sat, 10 Sep - 07:28 pm
Solunar Clock
Display Settings:
  • poor Day
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Best fishing times:
  • minor Time:
    06:18 am - 08:18 am
  • major Time:
    11:34 am - 01:34 pm
  • minor Time:
    04:50 pm - 06:50 pm
  • major Time:
    10:57 pm - 12:57 am

All times are displayed in the Australia/Adelaide timezone and are automatically adjusted to daylight savings. The current timezone offset is +9.5 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 Full Moon at 100% lumination. According to the Solunar Theory, today is a poor day for fishing, but you need to cross check this with the current weather forecast for a final decision. Today some bite times coincide with sunrise or sunset. Those will be particularly good times for fishing and are indicated by sun icons. The next best fishing time ( ) starts in 1 hour and 29 minutes. The gray time indicator displays the current local time.
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Tides for Fishing: Fri, 12 Aug
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 rising and the next high tide is in 1 hour and 56 minutes.
Tide Graph
05:49 am 10:58 am 05:17 pm AM PM 8.27 ft 2.85 ft height hour: 12 2 4 6 8 10 12 2 4 6 8 10 12
Times
Tide Time Height
high 05:49 am 5.71 ft
low 10:58 am 2.85 ft
high 05:17 pm 8.27 ft

Tide Coefficient at 05:49 am is 50
Tide Coefficient at 05:17 pm is 108

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.
Selected Weather Station: Prospect, Australia
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Date Major Bite Times Minor Bite Times Sun Moon Moonphase Tide Times
Fri, 12 Aug
11:34 am - 01:34 pm
10:57 pm - 12:57 am
06:18 am - 08:18 am
04:50 pm - 06:50 pm
R: 06:59 am
S: 05:42 pm
R: 05:50 pm
S: 07:18 am
moon image
Full Moon
high: 05:49 am , 5.71 ft , Coeff: 50
low: 10:58 am , 2.85 ft
high: 05:17 pm , 8.27 ft , Coeff: 108
Sat, 13 Aug
12:30 pm - 02:30 pm
11:55 pm - 01:55 am
06:57 am - 08:57 am
06:03 pm - 08:03 pm
R: 06:58 am
S: 05:43 pm
R: 07:03 pm
S: 07:57 am
moon image
Full Moon
low: 12:03 am , 1.02 ft
high: 06:04 am , 5.97 ft , Coeff: 56
low: 11:25 am , 2.43 ft
high: 05:42 pm , 8.27 ft , Coeff: 108
Sun, 14 Aug
12:49 am - 02:49 am
01:22 pm - 03:22 pm
07:31 am - 09:31 am
07:13 pm - 09:13 pm
R: 06:57 am
S: 05:44 pm
R: 08:13 pm
S: 08:31 am
moon image
Waning Gibbous
low: 12:18 am , 1.15 ft
high: 06:15 am , 6.27 ft , Coeff: 63
low: 11:47 am , 2.1 ft
high: 06:02 pm , 8.1 ft , Coeff: 104
Mon, 15 Aug
01:38 am - 03:38 am
02:10 pm - 04:10 pm
08:01 am - 10:01 am
08:19 pm - 10:19 pm
R: 06:56 am
S: 05:44 pm
R: 09:19 pm
S: 09:01 am
moon image
Waning Gibbous
low: 12:28 am , 1.31 ft
high: 06:24 am , 6.63 ft , Coeff: 71
low: 12:07 pm , 1.87 ft
high: 06:18 pm , 7.91 ft , Coeff: 100
Tue, 16 Aug
02:25 am - 04:25 am
02:56 pm - 04:56 pm
08:29 am - 10:29 am
09:23 pm - 11:23 pm
R: 06:55 am
S: 05:45 pm
R: 10:23 pm
S: 09:29 am
moon image
Waning Gibbous
low: 12:35 am , 1.38 ft
high: 06:36 am , 7.09 ft , Coeff: 81
low: 12:29 pm , 1.74 ft
high: 06:34 pm , 7.64 ft , Coeff: 94
Wed, 17 Aug
03:20 am - 05:20 am
03:40 pm - 05:40 pm
08:56 am - 10:56 am
10:25 pm - 12:25 am
R: 06:54 am
S: 05:46 pm
R: 11:25 pm
S: 09:56 am
moon image
Waning Gibbous
low: 12:44 am , 1.28 ft
high: 06:53 am , 7.55 ft , Coeff: 92
low: 12:54 pm , 1.74 ft
high: 06:51 pm , 7.35 ft , Coeff: 87
Thu, 18 Aug
04:05 am - 06:05 am
04:25 pm - 06:25 pm
09:25 am - 11:25 am
11:26 pm - 01:26 am
R: 06:53 am
S: 05:46 pm
R: -
S: 10:25 am
moon image
Third Quarter Moon
low: 12:59 am , 1.21 ft
high: 07:17 am , 7.81 ft , Coeff: 98
low: 01:22 pm , 1.94 ft
high: 07:12 pm , 6.96 ft , Coeff: 78
*bold times indicate best fishing times around sunrise or sunset
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Prospect is a populated place in AU with an estimated population of 20217 and an average elevation of 43 meters above sea level, located in the Australia/Adelaide timezone.

Best Fishing Spots in the greater Prospect area

Wharf's or Jetties are good places to wet a line and meet other fishermen. They often produce a fresh feed of fish and are also great to catch bait fish. As they are often well lit, they also provide a good opportunity for night fishing. There are 15 wharf(s) in this area.

McLaren Wharf - 9km , Queens Wharf - 9km , Mobil Oil Wharf - 10km , B P Wharf - 10km , Grange Jetty - 10km , Henley Jetty - 10km , Caltex Oil Wharf - 10km , Shell Company Wharf - 10km , Musgrave Wharf - 10km , Cement Company Wharf - 10km , North Parade Wharf - 10km , Princes Wharf - 10km , Fishermans Wharf - 11km , Glenelg Jetty - 13km , Brighton Jetty - 17km

Beaches and Bays are ideal places for land-based fishing. If the beach is shallow and the water is clear then twilight times are usually the best times, especially when they coincide with a major or minor fishing time. Often the points on either side of a beach are the best spots. Or if the beach is large then look for irregularities in the breaking waves, indicating sandbanks and holes. We found 4 beaches and bays in this area.

Snowden Beach - 11km , Holdfast Bay - 13km , Largs Bay - 13km , St Kilda Beach - 17km

Harbours and Marinas can often times be productive fishing spots for land based fishing as their sheltered environment attracts a wide variety of bait fish. Similar to river mouths, harbour entrances are also great places to fish as lots of fish will move in and out with the rising and falling tides. There are 1 main harbours in this area.

Comfort Inn Haven Marina - 13km

We found a total of 87 potential fishing spots nearby Prospect. Below you can find them organized on a map. Points, Headlands, Reefs, Islands, Channels, etc can all be productive fishing spots. As these are user submitted spots, there might be some errors in the exact location. You also need to cross check local fishing regulations. Some of the spots might be in or around marine reserves or other locations that cannot be fished. If you click on a location marker it will bring up some details and a quick link to google search, satellite maps and fishing times. Tip: Click/Tap on a new area to load more fishing spots.

Hindmarsh Bridge - 3km , Tennyson Bridge - 3km , Kainka Wirra - 4km , Weir Number One - 4km , Water Supply Structure-Weir Number One - 4km , Railway Bridge - 4km , Weir Number Two - 4km , Taylor Bridge - 4km , University Footbridge - 4km , Albert Bridge - 4km , University Bridge - 4km , Victoria Bridge - 4km , Main Lake - 4km , Morphett Street Bridge - 4km , Hackney Bridge - 4km , Felixtow Bridge - 4km , Adelaide Bridge - 4km , Hilton Bridges - 5km , Bakewell Overway Bridge - 5km , Holbrooks Bridge - 5km , Piers Richmond Bridge - 6km , Darley Road Bridge - 6km , Keswick Bridge - 7km , Keele Bridge - 7km , MacDonnell Bridge - 7km , Cowell Bridge - 7km , Kidman Bridge - 8km , Breakout Creek Wetlands - 8km , Paradise Bridge - 8km , Greenfields Wetland - 9km , Davis Bridge - 9km , The Tom ’Diver’ Derrick Bridge - 9km , Birkenhead Bridge - 9km , The Mary MacKillop Bridge - 9km , McLaren Wharf - 9km , Delfin Island - 9km , Queens Wharf - 9km , Mobil Oil Wharf - 10km , West Lakes - 10km , B P Wharf - 10km , Grange Jetty - 10km , Henley Jetty - 10km , Caltex Oil Wharf - 10km , Shell Company Wharf - 10km , Garden Island - 10km , Musgrave Wharf - 10km , Jervois Bridge - 10km , Cement Company Wharf - 10km , North Parade Wharf - 10km , Princes Wharf - 10km , Fox Dam - 11km , Whites Road Wetland - 11km , Fishermans Wharf - 11km , Fox Hill Dam - 11km , Snowden Beach - 11km , Pine Lakes Wetland - 11km , Point Malcolm - 11km , Pine Lakes Ornamental Lake - 12km , Clapham Bridge - 12km , Kaurna Park Wetland - 12km , Little Para Wetland - 12km , Torrens Island - 12km , Kings Street Bridge - 12km , Patawalonga Lake - 12km , Barker Inlet - 13km , Comfort Inn Haven Marina - 13km , Glenelg Jetty - 13km , Holdfast Bay - 13km , Largs Bay - 13km , Burton Road Wetland - 14km , Salisbury North Wetland - 14km , Playford Lake - 14km , Playford Bridge - 15km , Pelican Point - 15km , Snapper Point - 15km , Lake Windamere - 16km , Point Grey - 16km , St Kilda Beach - 17km , Batchelor Bridge - 17km , Section Bank - 17km , Brighton Jetty - 17km , Dall Bridge - 17km , John Wesley Smith Memorial Lake - 17km , Carr Bridge - 17km , River Sturt Flood Control Dam - 18km , Horner Bridge - 18km , Chambers Creek Bridge - 19km

Harbours and Marinas Beaches Bays Wharfs Points,Reefs,etc
The following tide stations are near Prospect
Adelaide Inner Harbour, Adelaide Outer Harbour, Brighton, Port Noarlunga
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