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Old 10-10-2018, 07:41 AM
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I go with usharbors.com. Then again, I?am only looking at Sandy Hook. And I only need to know when the tide is going out, don?t bother fishing any other tide.

I also like US Harbors for the depth charts it has available. I can do all sorts of desk fishing with them. It shows where the stations taking the readings are, too.
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Rob...just me being silly;I use Tides Near Me app and I try not obsess over differences in reported tides; general idea and go fish
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you really have to know where the tide station is.


just a quick perusal found the tides you mentioned... but one had the station listed as barnegat bay:


https://www.tides.net/newjersey/2440/


So, guaranteed there is a huge difference depending on the bay side vs. ocean side reporting
Very true about knowing which station is where. The only 2 I use for the surf are Belmar and AC - most of the others are bayside or inlets which can vary a lot from the surf.

The only actual NOAA stations outside in NJ are Sandy Hook, AC and Cape May. Not sure where they get the Belmar data but it's been pretty accurate.
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I know that the Sod Banks behind IBSP are just about 3 hours behind the beach. (Sometimes I can catch 2 high tides in one morning.)

The Rte 37 bridge is almost 5 hours behind.

As mentioned, winds can throw those times off some and pile water into the bay or hold it there.
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