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Old 06-27-2017, 12:25 PM   #1
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Anyone have an idea how far out is the blue water out of pensacola?
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Nice picture, is there a key for all the colors and what they mean?
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The gray is cloud cover for that day, the green/yellow is dirty/green water, the blue is blue water. If you see a really good/ definite line between the blue and green then more than likely theres a very noticeable rip and possibly a weedline or scattered grass.
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The gray is cloud cover for that day, the green/yellow is dirty/green water, the blue is blue water. If you see a really good/ definite line between the blue and green then more than likely theres a very noticeable rip and possibly a weedline or scattered grass.
Thanks, that's pretty cool, didn't know anything like this existed but shouldn't be surprised with technology these days!
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They have hiltons also, which is a subscription. Its well worth it if you plan on fishing several times. This is a good reference on how close it is though.
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The last post is nasa, you can play around with the date and filter layers and see the blue water. Scroll back to yesterdays date and look
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On fish track real color sat ,it looks to be pretty Brown al the way past horn mountain. But i would like to see what hiltons says if anyone could share.
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