I've found that the WXTide program (requires Windows - free download from www.wxtide32.com
) comes in handy when a tide chart for an area isn't available or handy. It doesn't include every spot, but I'm regularly surprised at what it does include. One caveat - the listing title for a spot can be a little challenging to find. In the case of the Shrewsberry River, you need to know to look for Normandie, or some other location along its course. If you don't have a computer running Windows, there is a similar program that will run on any device that is Java-capable named JTides (also free - www.arachnoid.com/JTides/index.html
) JTides is also quite good, but its tide calculations for many spots are inferred from distances, elevation, etc. from benchmark locations, rather than actual observations, so WXTide is probably the more consistently accurate of the two programs. On the other hand, the user can add locations to JTides tables.
yes i believe the moon is full and the tide is wicked low as long as the wind it light ill be done in no time ill limit out by midnight if all goes well ANy one have any insight on the tide difference from seabright to the shrews