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PADDLE SPORTS Bayou Cumbest By Charlie McVea Pascagoula Paradise Paddlers

Fall is a particularly difficult time of year on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. The brutal heat and humidity of Summer gives way to milder days and clear comfortable nights. Hunting Season is approaching and one must begin scouting, preparing food plots, and repairing shoot houses; Football Season begins to grip all of us; and Day Trips or Camping on the Barrier Islands is never better than in the Fall. To complicate things even further, Speckled Trout and Redfish begin to congregate on the bars, points and weed-beds of our Barrier Islands and then begin their migration into the Pascagoula River and surrounding estuaries. Bay boats and skiffs line up at many of the local boat ramps and scream off in all directions in an attempt to be the first to make a cast at the various well known sugar holes certain to hold fish.. On the other hand one can gently and quietly slide a canoe or kayak into the bayou virtually anywhere, and strikeout to fish endless miles of water unavailable to the larger bay boats. I remember last year in Bayou Cumbest before daylight, paddling my Hobie PA-14 by the Point ‘O Pines Launch as two fellows working on their outboard asked me “What is that thing running on”? I replied, “This morning, it’s two donuts and a cup of coffee”, then I stopped and helped them get started just as the sun was breaking in the East. Our Fall waters become crystal clear and one can easily see the Redfish cruising the shoreline with their backs out of the water chasing bait, sometimes running minnows

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sides to feed an army. We try to do the Fish Fry in December, but the Holidays and weather frequently push the date into January/ February. Traditionally the cooks load up all the food and cooking gear, departing Point O’ Pines Friday afternoon and head to Kenny’s Island to clean up the litter brought ashore from high tides, then enjoy a wonderful night of camping. The next morning we set up tables and friers then prep all the fish in order to begin cooking when the first arrivals make an appearance about 1100. Zydeco Music fills the air and provides a perfect background for the Stories, Lies, and Alibis. Generally the cooks are the last to leave, making sure there is No Trace Left Behind. In fact, the area is always much cleaner than when we arrived. Whatever your Fall Plans, plan to spend as much time outdoors with family and friends - It’s the perfect time of year on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.

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TIDE CHARTS Pascagoula tide chart -December Louisiana, South Pass, Pascagoula, Mississippi Sound

December 2018

N 30° 20.4' / W 88° 32.0' Date

Day

Sunrise

Sunset

Moonrise

Moonset

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High Tide 1.0

High Tide

12:45p

Low Tide 0.5

Low Tide

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0.6

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4:58p

1:55a

2:15p

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Mo

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1.3

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0.4

6:34a

4:58p

2:54a

2:51p

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Tu

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1.4

5:02a

0.1

6:35a

4:59p

3:53a

3:28p

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We

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1.6

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6:36a

4:59p

4:52a

4:08p

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Th

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6:36a

4:59p

5:50a

4:50p

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Fr

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6:37a

4:59p

6:47a

5:34p

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Sa

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1.7

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6:38a

4:59p

7:41a

6:22p

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Su

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6:39a

4:59p

8:32a

7:12p

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Mo

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6:39a

4:59p

9:20a

8:04p

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Tu

11:20p

1.4

9:32a -0.2

6:40a

5:00p

10:03a

8:57p

12

We

11:49p

1.3

10:07a -0.2

6:41a

5:00p

10:43a

9:49p

13

Th

10:39a -0.1

6:41a

5:00p

11:20a

10:42p

14

Fr

12:12a

1.1

11:01a

0.0

6:42a

5:01p

11:54a

11:35p

15

Sa

12:08a

0.8

11:05a

0.2

6:43a

5:01p

12:27p

16

Su

7:47p

0.7

10:34a

0.4

6:43a

5:01p

1:00p

12:28a

17

Mo

7:09p

0.8

5:11a

0.4

6:44a

5:02p

1:34p

1:22a

18

Tu

7:07p

1.1

4:14a

0.1

6:44a

5:02p

2:09p

2:19a

19

We

7:25p

1.2

4:37a -0.1

6:45a

5:03p

2:49p

3:18a

20

Th

7:55p

1.4

5:14a -0.5

6:45a

5:03p

3:33p

4:20a

21

Fr

8:31p

1.6

5:57a -0.6

6:46a

5:04p

4:23p

5:24a

22

Sa

9:12p

1.7

6:45a -0.8

6:46a

5:04p

5:20p

6:30a

23

Su

9:56p

1.7

7:35a -0.8

6:47a

5:05p

6:22p

7:34a

24

Mo

10:41p

1.6

8:27a -0.8

6:47a

5:05p

7:29p

8:34a

25

Tu

11:27p

1.4

9:19a -0.8

6:48a

5:06p

8:36p

9:28a

26

We

10:08a -0.6

6:48a

5:06p

9:43p

10:17a

27

Th

12:09a

1.2

10:49a -0.4

6:49a

5:07p

10:47p

11:00a

28

Fr

12:40a

0.8

11:08a -0.1

6:49a

5:07p

11:49p

11:40a

29

Sa

7:18p

0.5

10:29a

0.1

6:49a

5:08p

30

Su

6:22p

0.7

4:09a

0.1

6:50a

5:09p

12:49a

12:53p

31

Mo

6:24p

0.8

3:59a -0.2

6:50a

5:09p

1:48a

1:30p

9:50p

11:08p

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0.5

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Day

High Tide

1

Sa

12:37a

1.0

2

Su

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3

Mo

4

High Tide 9:46p

Low Tide

Low Tide

Sunrise

Sunset

Moonrise

Moonset

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0.5

6:33a

4:58p

12:54a

1:38p

1.2

4:19a

0.7

6:33a

4:58p

1:55a

2:15p

8:28p

1.4

4:43a

0.4

6:34a

4:58p

2:54a

2:51p

Tu

8:41p

1.6

5:23a

0.1

6:35a

4:59p

3:53a

3:28p

5

We

9:06p

1.7

6:05a -0.1

6:36a

4:59p

4:52a

4:08p

6

Th

9:36p

1.8

6:46a -0.3

6:36a

4:59p

5:50a

4:50p

7

Fr

10:06p

1.8

7:25a -0.4

6:37a

4:59p

6:47a

5:34p

8

Sa

10:37p

1.8

8:03a -0.4

6:38a

4:59p

7:41a

6:22p

9

Su

11:08p

1.8

8:40a -0.4

6:39a

4:59p

8:32a

7:12p

10

Mo

11:39p

1.7

9:16a -0.4

6:39a

4:59p

9:20a

8:04p

11

Tu

9:53a -0.3

6:40a

5:00p

10:03a

8:57p

12

We

12:09a

1.6

10:28a -0.3

6:41a

5:00p

10:43a

9:49p

13

Th

12:38a

1.4

11:00a -0.1

6:41a

5:00p

11:20a

10:42p

14

Fr

1:01a

1.2

11:22a

0.0

6:42a

5:01p

11:54a

11:35p

15

Sa

12:57a

0.9

11:26a

0.3

6:43a

5:01p

12:27p

16

Su

8:36p

0.8

10:55a

0.4

6:43a

5:01p

1:00p

12:28a

17

Mo

7:58p

0.9

5:32a

0.4

6:44a

5:02p

1:34p

1:22a

18

Tu

7:56p

1.2

4:35a

0.1

6:44a

5:02p

2:09p

2:19a

19

We

8:14p

1.3

4:58a -0.1

6:45a

5:03p

2:49p

3:18a

20

Th

8:44p

1.6

5:35a -0.5

6:45a

5:03p

3:33p

4:20a

10:39p

1.0

0.8

Fr

9:20p

1.7

6:18a -0.7

6:46a

5:04p

4:23p

5:24a

22

Sa

10:01p

1.8

7:06a -0.9

6:46a

5:04p

5:20p

6:30a

23

Su

10:45p

1.8

7:56a -0.9

6:47a

5:05p

6:22p

7:34a

24

Mo

11:30p

1.7

8:48a -0.9

6:47a

5:05p

7:29p

8:34a

25

Tu

9:40a -0.9

6:48a

5:06p

8:36p

9:28a

26

We

12:16a

1.6

10:29a -0.7

6:48a

5:06p

9:43p

10:17a

27

Th

12:58a

1.3

11:10a -0.4

6:49a

5:07p

10:47p

11:00a

28

Fr

1:29a

0.9

11:29a -0.1

6:49a

5:07p

11:49p

11:40a

29

Sa

8:07p

0.5

10:50a

0.1

6:49a

5:08p

30

Su

7:11p

0.8

4:30a

0.1

6:50a

5:09p

12:49a

12:53p

31

Mo

7:13p

0.9

4:20a -0.3

6:50a

5:09p

1:48a

1:30p

0.5

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TIDE CHARTS Gulfport chart - March Biloxi tidetide chart -December Louisiana, South Pass, Biloxi (Cadet Point), Biloxi Bay

December 2018

Louisiana, South Pass, Gulfport Harbor, Mississippi Sound N 30° 23.4' / W 88° 51.4' Date

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N 30° 21.6' / W 89° 04.9'

1

Date

Day

1

Th

2 4

7

1.1

High Tide

1.0

9

4:40a 7:37a 0.7 -0.3 1:00p

0.4

5:44a 7:06a 0.10.3

7:00p

0.1

6:16a 6:36a

6:00p 4:59p

10:47p 5:50a

9:27a 4:50p

7 Fr

We 10:01p2:09p1.9 1.0

7:46a -0.4

6:15a 6:37a

6:00p 4:59p

11:42p 6:47a

10:05a 5:34p

1:05a-0.4 -0.3 8:24a

6:14a 6:38a

6:01p 4:59p

7:41a

10:46a 6:22p

2:06a-0.4 -0.3 9:01a

6:13a 6:39a

6:01p 4:59p

12:35a 8:32a

11:28a 7:12p

Tu Th Fr Sa

Th 10:32p2:54p1.9 1.2

Fr 11:03p3:45p1.9 1.2 Sa 4:44p 1.2 Su Mo Tu We Th Fr

11:34p

1.8

6:50p

1.2

7:59p

1.2

9:06p

1.2

10:08p

1.2

11:06p

1.0

12:04a

1.7

12:33a

1.5

12:56a

1.2

12:52a

1.0

2:54a -0.4

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6:12a

6:02p

1:26a

12:14p

9:37a -0.4

6:39a

4:59p

9:20a

10:14a -0.3

6:40a

5:00p

10:03a

10:49a -0.3

6:41a

5:00p

10:43a

11:21a -0.1

6:41a

5:00p

11:20a

10:42p

11:43a

11:35p

4:38a -0.4

7:11a

5:18a -0.4

7:10a

5:54a -0.3

7:08a

6:27a -0.3

7:07a

7:03p 7:04p 7:04p

8:04p

3:15a

2:02p

4:01a

2:52p

4:45a

3:44p

5:27a

8:57p 9:49p

4:38p

6:42a

5:01p

11:54a

11:47a 0.3 7:13a 0.1

6:43a 7:05a

5:01p 7:06p

12:27p 6:43a

6:29p

1st

4:29p

0.3

6:43a 7:04a

5:01p 7:06p

1:00p 7:20a

12:28a 7:26p

New

1:18p

0.4 11:16a 7:21a 0.40.3 0.5 5:53a 7:11a 0.40.4

6:23p

0.3

6:44a 7:03a

5:02p 7:07p

1:34p 7:56a

1:22a 8:24p

1:11p

0.8

4:56a 6:28a 0.10.5

8:04p

0.3

6:44a 7:02a

5:02p 7:07p

2:09p 8:33a

2:19a 9:23p

9:11a 2:49p

10:23p 3:18a 11:25p 4:20a

10:34p

6:54a -0.1

0.8

2:05p

0.0

7:03p

New 3rd

7:06a

7:05p

6:06a

5:33p

21Th We 8:39p1:56p1.7 1.2

11:38p-0.6 -0.1 5:56a

6:59a 6:45a

7:09p 5:03p

9:53a 3:33p

6:39a -0.7

6:58a 6:46a

7:09p 5:04p

10:38a 4:23p

5:24a

1:09a-1.0 -0.3 7:27a

6:57a 6:46a

7:10p 5:04p

11:28a 5:20p

12:27a 6:30a

Full

2:22a -0.4 8:17a -1.0

6:56a 6:47a

7:10p 5:05p

12:23p

1:29a

1st

1:22p

2:29a

2:25p

3:25a

3:29p

4:16a

22 Fr

23Sa 24

Th 9:15p2:37p1.8 1.4 Fr 9:56p3:26p1.9 1.6

Su Sa 10:40p4:25p1.9 1.7

25

Mo

26 27

26

Tu

We

28

27

29

28

30

Th Fr

31Sa

30

Su

31

Mo

Su

Mo Tu We Th Fr

5:35p

1.7

6:58p

1.6

8:30p

1.4

10:04p

1.3

11:36p

1.2

1:32p

0.7

11:25p

1.8

12:11a

1.7

12:53a

1.4

1:24a

1.0

Sa 8:02p1:13a0.6 0.9

7:06p

0.8

7:08p

1.0

3:25a -0.5

6:54a

9:09a -1.0

6:47a

5:05p

7:29p

6:48a

5:06p

8:36p

10:50a -0.7

6:48a

5:06p

9:43p

10:17a

6:49a

5:07p

10:47p

11:00a

6:49a

5:07p

11:49p

11:40a

6:49a 6:47a

5:08p 7:14p

7:37p

12:17p 7:05a

12:49a

12:53p

1:48a

1:30p

6:53a

5:12a -0.4

6:52a

5:57a -0.1

6:51a

11:31a -0.4 0.6

6:33a

0.1

6:52a

0.4

11:50a -0.1

0.8 11:11a 6:33a 0.10.7

12:22p

7:34a

10:01a -1.0

4:21a -0.5

11:52p

7:11p

6:22p

6:50a

4:46p

0.5

6:32p

0.4

6:49a

7:11p 7:12p 7:13p 7:13p 7:14p

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Bay St. Louis tide chart - December Louisiana, South Pass, St. Louis Bay entrance

March 2018

N 30° 19.5' / W 89° 19.5' Date

Day

High Tide

High Tide

Fr

12:11a

1.1

Sa Su

High Tide0.9 1:18a

High Tide0.3 3:17p

1:45a 2:32a

1.1 0.7

10:54p 1.1 2:08p 0.4

Day Sa

Low Tide

Low Tide

8:51a -0.5 9:25a -0.3

Low Tide0.1 9:35a

Low Tide 6:11p 0.1

2:54p 0.3 0.5 8:54a

8:48p

0.1

Sunrise

Sunset

Moonrise

Moonset

Phase

6:22a

5:56p

5:49p

December 2018 6:10a

6:21a

5:57p

Sunset 5:58p

Moonrise 7:54p

6:53p

6:53a

Full

6:33a 6:19a

4:58p 5:58p

12:54a 8:54p

1:38p 8:12a 2:15p 8:49a

Sunrise 6:20a

Moonset 7:33a

52

Su Mo

9:50p 2:10p

1.2 0.7

6:33a 6:17a

4:58p 5:59p

1:55a 9:51p

63

Tu Mo

2:38p 9:36p

0.9 1.5

6:31a

0.4

6:16a 6:34a

6:00p 4:58p

10:47p 2:54a

9:27a 2:51p

74

We Tu

3:17p 9:49p

1.1 1.6

1:23a 7:11a -0.1 0.1

6:15a 6:35a

6:00p 4:59p

11:42p 3:53a

10:05a 3:28p

96

Fr Th

4:02p 10:14p

1.2 1.8

2:53a 7:53a -0.3 -0.1

6:14a 6:36a

6:01p 4:59p

4:52a

10:46a 4:08p

4:53p 10:44p

1.2 1.9

3:54a 8:34a -0.3 -0.3

6:13a 6:36a

6:01p 4:59p

12:35a 5:50a

11:28a 4:50p

5:52p 11:14p

1.2 1.9

4:42a 9:13a -0.4 -0.4

6:12a 6:37a

6:02p 4:59p

1:26a 6:47a

12:14p 5:34p

7:58p 11:45p

1.2 1.9

6:26a 9:51a -0.4 -0.4

7:11a 6:38a

7:03p 4:59p

3:15a 7:41a

2:02p 6:22p

Mo

Tu

10:14p

1.2

We

Tu

11:16p

12:47a

1.2

We

1:17a

85

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12

9

13

10

14

11

15

12

Th We Sa Fr

Su Sa

Mo

Su

Th

9:07p

12:16a

18

Su

2:16a

0.9

19

Mo

3:37a

0.7

20

Tu

2:34p

1.1

Tu Th

9:04p 3:45p

1.2 1.5

9:22p 4:34p

14 15 16

Fr

Sa

Su

2:09a 2:05a 9:44p

4:01a

8:32a

7:04p

5:27a

4:38p

8:42a -0.1

7:06a

7:05p

6:06a

5:33p

6:40a 6:41a

4:59p 5:00p 5:00p

9:20a

10:03a 10:43a

8:57p 9:49p

0.1

7:05a

7:06p

6:43a

6:29p

9:09a

0.3

6:17p

0.3

7:04a

7:06p

7:20a

7:26p

8:59a

0.4

8:11p

0.3

7:03a

7:07p

7:56a

8:24p

8:16a

0.5

9:52p

0.3

7:02a

7:07p

8:33a

9:23p

11:38p

0.1

7:00a

7:08p

9:11a

10:23p

6:23a -0.1 0.1 1:26a

6:44a 6:58a

5:02p 7:09p

2:09p 10:38a

2:19a

1.4 1.6

6:46a -0.3 -0.1 2:57a

6:45a 6:57a

5:03p 7:10p

2:49p 11:28a

3:18a 12:27a

1.2 0.9 0.8

3:13p

0.4

2:26p

0.5

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