FishTrack A to Z

Learn how to get the most out of FishTrack's fishing tool.
Ben Holtzclaw
This FishTrack VIIRS chlorophyll chart indicates water clarity along the Mid-Atlantic canyons and Continental Shelf. Multiple daily chlorophyll shots from both the VIIRS and MODIS satellites are available to FishTrack subscribers.

This zoomed-in screenshot of a FishTrack AHVRR SST image shows the East Australian Current off the coast of New South Wales in Australia. These satellite-derived sea surface temperature charts are updated multiple times each day and available to FishTrack Premium subscribers.

The toolbars of the FishTrack online fishing tool (left) and iOS app (right) allow you to choose from the latest satellite charts and add overlays like sea surface height, currents and points of interest. You can also pull up a Buoyweather marine forecast and view tides for your area.
This chlorophyll shot of the central Gulf of Mexico shows the sea surface height overlay in action. Use this altimetry data to find areas of upwelling, downwelling and the convergence zones in between that often hold fish.
View ocean currents as an overlay to find major current edges and eddies offshore.

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