GUIDELINES FOR USING THE "ASTRO TABLES" ON YOUR WEBSITE


We ask that you put the Astro Tables link in a highly-visible location on your front page,
preferably near the top part of the page where it is seen without having to scroll down.
You can use whatever banner/button/icon you wish, such as those below, or make your own to fit the format of your page.

 

You can reduce these to any size you want

It's okay to use smaller buttons like these if they fit your format better

GRAPHICS FOR THE ACTUAL "ASTRO TABLES" PAGE

Webmaster: The monthly Astro Tables chart can be downloaded from our web site

http://www.primetimes2.com/pages/4-astrotables.html early on the first day of each month.

INFO TEXT AND LINKS

Although Astro Tables is used each month by millions of anglers and hunters around the world, it's actually just the quick-reference, "little sister" of the ultimate fishing & hunting system, Rick Taylor's PrimeTimes.

If you're really serious about your sport and ready to move up to the best when-to-go forecaster on the market, click here for more information on the PrimeTimes system.

 

MANDATORY

(Please place just above the Astro Tables chart and under the logo)

Astro Tables is far more effective than "moon tables" because it takes into account critical solar energies as well as lunar.

The "Best Days" column is based on the ever-changing positions of the sun and the moon, rating each day on a scale of 0 to 100. The higher the number, the more solar/lunar influence that day is experiencing (see "Value" column or corresponding black bars).

The "Lunar Periods" section lists the times the moon is overhead and underfoot each day. The length of a lunar period can range from one hour to three-and-one-half hours, depending on a number of important lunar cycles, such as how close the moon is to the earth that day and how high its orbit is. Also, this section uses solar symbols (see key at bottom of each month) to alert you when a lunar period is occurring at the same time as a solar period (eg, dawn, high-noon and dusk).

This data is based on solar/lunar researched at a leading college of astrophysics and our own research pond/wildlife area. Annual data is supplied by the U.S. Naval Observatory. All lunar times are adjusted to the center of your time zone and for Daylight Saving Time.

OPTIONAL, BUT RECOMMENDED

(Could go just under the Astro Tables chart)

Thanks for using our Astro Tables on your site.  If you have any questions, email us at primetimes@mchsi.com

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