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    I asked about this last fall but I'll do it again. What are your recommendations for good iphone tide, buoy, and weather apps based on personal experience. I mostly fish Anchor Point.

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    Fishhead. It's awesome! Saltwater, freshwater, worldwide. Everything you need.
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    I have a problem with it uploading current data. I do not know how to make it work so I cannot rely on it.

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    Navionics app works good for me

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    for tides I use Tide Graph. for the rest just got the web site and bookmarked it. I use it daily even more than daily

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    Quote Originally Posted by BN2FSH View Post
    I have a problem with it uploading current data. I do not know how to make it work so I cannot rely on it.
    Yeah that's weird. I spend on average 190 days on the water in Cook Inlet, from Port Graham to Anchorage, and use FishHead everyday. I use it as a reference point but as a mariner I still use the Tides and Currents book as the definitive source for accurate info. As for the weather same deal. I use the FishHead weather as a reference but I use the NOAA website for marine weather forecast. The text is nice but the Graphical link on the website is what I use most for wind and weather.
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    I really enjoy the navionics app. I thought that it was easy to use, and had great features.

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    Navionics,,, I really like that one also.

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    Do you need cell service for the navionics app to be fully functional?

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    +1 navionics. Especially for AP. they have tide and current charts for locations very close.


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