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Old 05-24-2017, 01:37 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by sniperpeeps View Post
XM weather is the way to go. There is a little delay on the radar, however I can't tell you how many days i have been way offshore and either been able to stay and continue fishing, move and fish elsewhere, or know when it's time to go in thanks to the XM feed. You can watch the cells and it will actually give you info on each cell, specifically direction the cell is headed and how intense it is. XM, couple with my Garmin radar, let's me know exactly what I need to do to be safe.


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I like it- and a great asset. Just not affordable for some of the recreational anglers.
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