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I want to learn to read the solunar table that is provided here.  Exactly what do the times mean?  I know what the moon phases are and when the moon is overhead and underfoot, but how does that tell me the best times to fish?

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not sure if they have one on this site, but the one on the infisherman site tells you the best days and times. you can use the solunar table as a model, but dont depend solely on that.

 

 

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Don 't pay much attention to them.

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Jim Martis Coal City, Illinois: Rick, Does influence of the Solunar Tables affect your stategies during the course of a tournament or do you disregard them as a non-factor?

Rick Clunn: (1:30 PM ET ) there's two approaches to fishing: 1. a complete intellectual approach, in which the solunar aspect DOES play a part; and 2. an approach where you put your mind and body in tune with your natural surroundings, which is the approach I take. So, the simple answer is: Yes, solunar phases play a part in fishing success -- particularly in stable conditions -- but there are other aspects that usually play a larger role.

Rick Clunn: (1:32 PM ET ) And another thought. The problem I had with that approach is that it limits your enthusiasm for fishing to that specific time. And there are other ways to influence a bass to strike other than when he wants feed.

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3 days before a full moon and 3 days after are always a good window to shoot for.  We concentrate on night trips during the moon.

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