The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) marine forecasts include coastal waters, surf zones and weather warnings.
Convenient, months-at-a-glance format you won’t find anywhere else! Plan your fishing days up to a year in advance. Charts for six primary tide stations around Florida, with corrections for popular fishing sites.
Get real-time data from dozens of buoys at sea and on shore.
Moored buoys are the weather sentinels of the sea. They are deployed in the coastal and offshore waters from the western Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean around Hawaii, and from the Bering Sea to the South Pacific.
Check the radar for past, current and future weather conditions.
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Find the right temperatures, and you’ll find where baitfish and predators gather.
Rutgers University provides Real Time and Archived Satellite Imagery. The raw satellite data is processed to sea surface temperature using a Multi-channel Sea Surface Temperature algorithm.
Find out what the wind and seas are like now and in the future. Magic Seaweed provides the seaboard swell charts.
Florida Sportsman provides a comprehensive list of beach and inlet webcams statewide. See for yourself exactly what the water and waves look like in real time.
The National Weather Service provides weather, hydrologic, and climate forecasts and warnings for the United States, its territories, adjacent waters and ocean areas, for the protection of life and property and the enhancement of the national economy.
NOAA’s statewide tide stations provide real-time data and predictions for your next fishing trip. Find the tide station nearest you via Station Name, Station ID or Latitude, Longitude.
Selected coastal regions along the East and Southwest coasts of Florida have strategically-placed water monitoring stations that provide access to water level, water quality, and related environmental parameters such as wind speed and temperature. Click here for a how-to guide to use the site.