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The weather didn’t look good with the weather front coming down, but it held up long enough for us to go out for a full day excursion.
But it was a tough day. The tide wasn’t moving for a whole day. Today It is called Naga Shio in Japanese, meaning “long tide”. It happens in 10 days and 25 days of Moon Age. The difference between high tide and low tide is minimum, and the tide moves slow for a long time.
Long Tide – A tough day for fishermen.
This is the start of the jigging season here in Okinawa. Finally! God bless!
In the winter half here, bottom fish is active, amberjacks move closer to the shore from the deep, the tide is calmer in the day even in the spring tide, and the temperature is more friendly. …