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White Marlin Jumping in Boat! Video white marlin jumping in the boat. Video Courtesy: Biopsea Sportfishing | Facebook Please click HERE to watch the video on our website now! Harpooned! Big bluefin tuna harpooned! Video Courtesy: Blue Chum | Facebook Please click HERE to watch the video on our website now! Fish Swimming in Flooded Street! This was shot in Monroe, Louisiana by Collin Landry. Flooding is so bad that fish are swimming in the street. No need to leave home, you can catch them from the porch now! Video Courtesy: Louisiana Fishing Blog | Facebook Please click HERE to watch the video on our website now!
ROFFS™ Early Spring Special for Northern Canyon Areas
We are providing a special complimentary analysis of the overall ocean conditions from Saturday, March 12th for the canyon areas offshore of Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut to New York and New Jersey to provide some motivation to get your boats ready for the season. We have included some spot sea surface temperatures (°F) and located the main eddy features with arrows indicating the flow direction of the water. Overall, there is a large clockwise rotating Gulf Stream Warm Core Ring Eddy centered south between Welker and Hydrographer Canyon. Updating the conditions from early March, the direct Gulf Stream (75°F/76°F) has pushed farther north and is now interacting directly with the large Gulf Stream eddy pulling direct Gulf Stream filament water (68°F-70°F) into the 200-500 fathom ledges of Hydrographer Canyon and also toward the 100 fathom ledges of Veatch Canyon. Furthermore, there is a large amount of 61°F-62°F water drifting west over the Atlantis Canyons and as the Gulf Stream continues to interact with this large eddy system it is likely more direct Gulf Stream filament water (70°F+) will continue to push directly into East Atlantis, Veatch and Hydrographer to Welker Canyons soon. Please click HERE to read more on this and to view FULL resolution images on our website now!
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