tide rip


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Noun1.tide rip - a stretch of turbulent water in a river or the sea caused by one current flowing into or across another current
turbulence, turbulency - unstable flow of a liquid or gas
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We left the tide rip with six fish in the box and when I found the (bigger group) it took us 15 minutes to catch six more.
Business is up as well for Howard Pattinson of Tide Rip Tours, who runs day trips by boat from Telegraph Cove, on northeast Vancouver Island.
Johns River tide rip during a strong outgoing tide and they were catching some impressive redfish and a few trout.
Here's an example of how he outsmarts me when I'm in his boat: Pompano fishing recently, three of us anchored and tossed flies and jigs into a tide rip on our right side along a dropoff known to hold pompano.
Yet another way of finding permit whenever pol ing around a channel, eddy, or tide rip, is to keep an ear open.
On these strong outgoing tides in the late afternoons, current patterns will form tide rips.
A calm day, but we still ended up spinning through scary tide rips with 2-foot standing waves and sucking whirlpools.