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solunar theory | Category: Help

askFM 10 years ago
#7

I'm wondering if your system is similar to the one developed by John Alden Knight, could you kindly provide your comments in this context - maybe there is little difference?

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markt 10 years ago
#14

Yeah I'm using my interpretation of John Aldend Knight's Solunar Theory as the base for my calculations.

Here you can find some more details on how I use the solunar theory.

If people concentrated on the really important things in life, there'd be a shortage of fishing poles.
Capt. Larry 9 years ago
#166

I've heard all my life about different ways to tell if it would be a good day to go fishing. I remember the old timers tell about getting all loaded up for a day of fishing and then while driving down the road they would notice the cows would be laying down. Nothing to do then but turn around and go back to the house. Everyone knew the fish would not bite when the cows were laying down. I have a different approach as to whether it would be a good day to go fishing......I throw a rock in the lake, if it floats I go back to the house.

Good luck and good fishing.
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markt 9 years ago
#167

that approach is not too bad either there are actually some rocks that float - hihi
You gotta be carful which rock you pick - otherwise you might miss out on some fishing.
http://www.grandpacliff.com/ScienceEarth/FloatingRocks.htm

If people concentrated on the really important things in life, there'd be a shortage of fishing poles.
froof1 9 years ago
#248

Are you able to look backwards with this system?

I would be very interested to know if the days when I had great results were predicted to be good times to fish.

One day in particular was at Coronet Bay, Victoria, Australia on the 18/9/2009. It was a great day for whiting.

Cheers.

markt 9 years ago
#249

Hiya - froof1

yeah as an advanced member you can view times for any date in the past and for up to one year ahead. Here is a screenshot of the days you are after:




Cheers
Mark

If people concentrated on the really important things in life, there'd be a shortage of fishing poles.
froof1 9 years ago
#255

Thanks for that information. It looks like I should have stayed there until the Thursday.

Cheers