Lunar Fishing Calendar September 2023 – The fishing calendar is based on the phases of the moon, the zodiac sign the moon is in, and experience. Local conditions, tides and weather can affect your fishing experience.
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Lunar Fishing Calendar September 2023
This column indicates the best time of day when, according to our formula, fish are biting: MORNING; NIGHT.
September 2023 With Holidays Calendar
POORday basically means the fish will either steal all your bait or not even touch your line.
FAIRday means you can catch a fish or two, but you have to work hard to do so.
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Make sure you have a successful day on the water! Use the Fishing and Boating Map (Map courtesy of Take Me Fishing™) to see pictures of the catch and bait used by anglers near you. You can also filter by species to see what has been caught in real time. Be sure to check out other great features such as: fixtures and fittings, bait shop, license seller, boat launch, marina, charter, fishing shop and fish sanctuary/hatchery.
Make sure you have a successful day on the water! Use the Fishing & Boat Map (provided by Take Me Fishing™) to get your fishing license today with this tool (provided by Take Me Fishing™). Click on a state for everything you need to know about fishing licenses (or boat registrations). A license is one of the most important items that every angler needs before going fishing. Every purchase helps protect, preserve and improve fishing today and for generations to come.
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