Tide tables and solunar tables for sport fishers in Geelong. Find out the forecast for high tides and low tides before setting out to fish, and other fishing-related data such as the lunar phase, tidal coefficient, sun and moon rising and setting times, hours of maximum fish activity, weather conditions in Geelong ...
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Today Tuesday, 4th of August of 2015, the sun will rise in Geelong at 7:21 am and sunset will be at 5:37 pm. Today we begin the day with the moon already visible in the sky, so first we will see the moonset, which will take place at 9:31 am at 270º west. Eventually, the moon will rise again in the east (87º) at 10:09 pm.
In the high tide and low tide chart, we can see that the first high tide will be at 5:35 am and the next high tide at 6:20 pm. The only low tide of the day will be at 12:00 pm.
The lunar phase is a Waning Gibbous. Today we will have 10 hours and 16 minutes of sun. The solar transit will be at 12:29 pm and the length of time the moon will be visible will be 1 hours and 51 minutes.
The tidal coefficient today is 88, a high value and therefore the range of tides and currents will also be high. At noon the tidal coefficient drops to 82 to end the day with a tidal coefficient of 76. The tide heights today are 0.9 m, 0.2 m and 1.0 m. We can compare these levels with the maximum high tide recorded in the tide tables for Geelong which is of 1.1 m and a minimum height of 0.0 m.
The solunar fishing calendar in Geelong tells us that today is an average day for fishing, the fish activity forecast is average. Please, read more about solunar tables. The best times of day for fishing are:
| from 3:15 am to 5:15 am, high activity Major period (moon up)
from 9:31 am to 10:31 am, average activity minor period (moonset)
from 3:50 pm to 5:50 pm, high activity Major period (moon down). This period also coincides with sunset; therefore the sun will exercise more influence, possibly obtaining greater activity than expected
from 10:09 pm to 11:09 pm, average activity minor period (moonrise)
Tide timetable for Geelong. The times are generated in local time in Victoria and the daylight saving time change is calculated automatically, so you don't need to add or subtract anything. You will also have the lunar phase, sunrise and sunset times, the tidal coefficient and the average fish activity forecast for each day according to the solunar tables:
[ 0 low activity ] , [ average activity ] , [ high activity ] , [ very high activity ]
NOTE: The times reflected in the tide table for Geelong are tide forecasts only valid as references for sport fishing. They shouldn't be used as a guide for navigation. The heights are expressed in meters referenced to Mean Lower Low Water (MLLW).
MLLW is the average of the lower low water height of each tidal day observed over the official time segment over which tide observations are taken and reduced to obtain mean value (Tidal Datum Epoch).
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|5:35 am||high tide||( 0.9 m )|
|12:00 pm||low tide||( 0.2 m )|
|6:20 pm||high tide||( 1.0 m )|
|Activity of the day
from 3:15 am to 5:15 am and from 3:50 pm to 5:50 pm.
from 9:31 am to 10:31 am and from 10:09 pm to 11:09 pm.
Moon age: 19 days
Light: 83 %
|Last Quarter Moon (3 days)
August 7, 2015 at 12:03 pm
|New Moon (11 days)
August 15, 2015 at 12:54 am
|First Quarter Moon (19 days)
August 23, 2015 at 5:31 am
|Full Moon (26 days)
August 30, 2015 at 4:35 am
|Lunar transit||3:15 am|
|Duration of the moon||1 h 51 m|
|Duration of the sun||10 h 16 m|
Earth - Sun
Earth - Moon