Cedar Point :Directions and Map
Low tide is 0.7 at 11:13 A.M. 8:30 A.M would be the best time to launch. This gives you time to get to your fishing spot and no be late, like I tell Kitty “the tide waits on no one”.
Rods and Lines:
You do not need heavy weighted flies for low tide fishing. Floating WF fly line with a 6-7-8-9 wt. rod will be a good choice.
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When you get to a creek and do not see any oysters beds sticking up then go into the creek and look for fish coming out. If you see a lot of oysters beds then the fish may be close to the mouth of the creek or very close. In the shallow water the fish will be very spooky and easy so be mindful of making a noise in the boat that will transfer to the water and then to the fish. If you see fish it may be best to stake out and wait for the fish to come to you.
Give Dick a call before you launch if you do not know the area. If you do not have a boat let us know, soon.