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Old 10-12-2018, 02:17 PM   #1
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Looking Good out there.
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Old 10-13-2018, 02:44 PM   #2
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Old 10-13-2018, 04:02 PM   #3
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Yesterday marked a really nice looking color change out near the Elbow, but what is the bottom graph? Temperature?

Edit: Looks REALLY nice out there right. You can see color changes without the chlorophyll filter.

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We pushed off yesterday morning to fish the chlorophyll break around 40 miles south of Pensacola. It was right there as shown. Biggest color change in the shortest area I have seen. The temp went from 79 to 80 in a quarter mile. Clear blue water with so many flying fish of all sizes. We thought we were going to get bit almost instantly it looked so good. After trolling in and out of the line for hours without so much as a look we had to give it up and head north. A floating pail gave up a keeper tripletail and a bunch of rudderfish that bit on bare hooks. We used them for AJ bait on a stop on the way in.
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What website or aap did you get the water color report?
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Thank you!!!!
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Can someone smarter than me post a current map from this site? I spent an hour trying to find something that looks like the one above and had no luck.
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Can someone smarter than me post a current map from this site? I spent an hour trying to find something that looks like the one above and had no luck.
You have to add the chlorophyll layer on the base image. It runs a day behind, but it still is useful for getting a rough approximation to the location of the color change. Try this link.

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