Hi everyone, can anyone explain to me what the 'extra' (to major & minor fishing times) 'slices of pie' indicate on the fishing clock?thanks Barra
Hey Barra,not so sure what you mean ?You mean when the times are in bold letters underneath the clock?That indicates when the majors or minors are close to sunrise or sunset.
I don't understand either...Do you mean the white and purple parts? The white is day time and the purple is night.
The actual fishing times, major(the best) and minor(the second best) are all the green pies.The blue pies? they are for the tide times, aren't they?
ah - now I understand. You probably meant the blue areas, haha. Yes they indicate the tide times.itsaboat now you got me confused - where is the purple area?? LOL.
Yeeessss.....Daz seems to have trumped us...mmmm In my defence...I say that I have my location set to an inland area witch does not have tides. Therefore, I do not normally see the blue pie !!The background of the clock. The top part is white for day time. The bottom is purple or pinkish (I am colour blind, CP3) so it could be pink or purple and that is night time !!
thanks for your contributions guys...looks like tide times is the answer I was looking forcheers Barra