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 started the morning fishing on the tide rip, but I eventually went hunting elsewhere because I knew there had to be a better fish bite out there than what we were seeing," Howard said.
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.
"Extremely high rise and fall of tide, wide stretches of mud-flat and the sort, sharply breaking seas and the tide rips of the west and south coasts of Korea demanded a boat that could take a pounding, would carry both freight and sail and could be depended upon to ride the seas it had to meet and which would stay right side up when left by the tide as well as when afloat.
Shrimping will be hot the first part of the month on the flats of south Pinellas late in the afternoons and into the evening as the tide rips out of lower Tampa Bay near passes.