Tide Chart & Saltwater Fishing Report

The number for each high and low tide indicates the height in feet above or below sea level. This chart shows tides for the mid-coast of York County; tide times are a few minutes earlier to the north (Old Orchard Beach) and a few minutes later to the south (York Beach). Tides are affected by the weather and cycles of the moon, and the actual times and tide heights can differ slightly from the predictions below.

The touristnewsonline.com Saltwater Fishing Report will resume in late May, 2015.

Saltwater anglers enjoyed another productive fishing season along the southern Maine coastline. Although most would agree that it did not reach their expectations compared to 2013, both inshore and offshore fishermen reported many excellent catches. The lack of bluefish was the major disappointment but striped bass fishing was steady and consistent. Offshore fishermen had a banner season catching both ground fish and game fish like sharks and tuna.

From June to October, fishing and sight-seeing is offered by Captain Greg Metcalf along the Kennebunkport coastline aboard the custom 23-foot Striper Swiper. Captain Greg Metcalf has more than 30 years of experience sport-fishing in the Northeast. Call Captain Greg year-round at 401-617-9265, email greg@captaingregmetcalf or visit www.captaingregmetcalf.com