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hey Newb;

Can't believe someone hasn't chimed in....

I use these:

tides4fishing, sea tow, swellinfo, accuweather and WEAR-WeatherBug.
My main 2 are tides4fishing & accuweather. I've found these to be the most accurate for my use.
 

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Never heard of tides4fishing before. Sure does consolidate a lot of good info on one page for a specific location. Thanks!
 

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Navionics is also a very good app... it cost $10 though... and SailFlow is a good free app
 

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Navionics is also a very good app... it cost $10 though... and SailFlow is a good free app
Navionics then get the Bad Elf plug in and it turns a ipad into a very detailed gps for offshore. Shows depth and drop offs and can keep track of your every move.
 

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Navionics then get the Bad Elf plug in and it turns a ipad into a very detailed gps for offshore. Shows depth and drop offs and can keep track of your every move.

Im just using it for wading since I lack the access to a boat, but I have friends with boat and will relay the info


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Im just using it for wading since I lack the access to a boat, but I have friends with boat and will relay the info


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they've also released a wireless transducer that syncs up with the app and updates/redraws the bottom on the navionics GPS as you go
 

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Hi guys! Sorry to dig up this old thread, but I'm wondering if the apps you've mentioned here are good for sea conditions. If not, would you have any further suggestions?

EDIT: Just saw this was in the inshore section..I'm mainly concerned about offshore kayaking.

Thanks in advance!
 

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Hi guys! Sorry to dig up this old thread, but I'm wondering if the apps you've mentioned here are good for sea conditions. If not, would you have any further suggestions?

EDIT: Just saw this was in the inshore section..I'm mainly concerned about offshore kayaking.

Thanks in advance!

I just judge the seas off the wind speeds/direction but the NWS forecasts are always good to look at


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