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Topic # 135134 15-Nov-2013 13:06
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I've got six coupon codes for Tides NZ... I am sure we have some keen fisher[people] here as well as swimmers, boaties, etc that would benefit of such an app?

It's easy to be in to win: just reply here what you are using NOW to check tides before you go out for a weekend at the sea, fishing or any other activities related to that... You can also send me the reply as @freitasm on Twitter.

I will draw this on Monday afternoon and will PM four winners here and two on Twitter!








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  Reply # 934413 15-Nov-2013 13:25
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Yes please, currently just using the metservice.com tides page, which is very boring and ugly.

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  Reply # 934424 15-Nov-2013 13:34
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We have the old classic tide chart, that we get every year in the mail from a local company, and that's stuck to the fridge.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 934427 15-Nov-2013 13:46
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Ooh, yes please. Would be very handy for the summer's fishing trips...

Currently use Metservice webpage,

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  Reply # 934435 15-Nov-2013 13:58
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Currently using the Sky weather service, which is slllooowww

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  Reply # 934455 15-Nov-2013 14:18
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I use my mate who owns the boat :D If he says we arent going, then obviously the tides out ;)




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  Reply # 934498 15-Nov-2013 15:58
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Ive already got this app.  I have found it to be very good.  Even if you miss out on a free one, you should download it.

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  Reply # 934526 15-Nov-2013 17:02
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I'm keen for this. Check metservice all the time just for this

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  Reply # 934528 15-Nov-2013 17:13
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I check the tides by going to the beach! App sounds great. 

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  Reply # 934624 15-Nov-2013 20:14
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i use my gps, nice to use a phone though.




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  Reply # 936669 18-Nov-2013 14:47
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Alas, I am non-iOS compliant :-(

But doesn't anyone use swellmap for boat and surf conditions ? ( Bit OT, sorry)




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  Reply # 936893 18-Nov-2013 19:51
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I use NZ tides (free) and windguru



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