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firebunkers23

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Guys I just found this site and thought I would share it. It is called the ODIN and if you click on a bubble you will get all types of marine information. Here is the link for it.  http://tidesandcurrents.noaa.gov/gmap3/


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Nice Firebunker! There are a lot of these types sites but I like the simplicity of this one. I also like a few others for ocean conditions (I think I learned most of them on this site but it is nice to have them re-surface):

http://www.swellinfo.com/surf-forecast/rockaway-beach-oregon.html

http://magicseaweed.com/Oregon-Surf-Forecast/15/

I also like this one for tide information on the Willamette:

http://www.protides.com/oregon/2614/


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This would make a good sticky either here, or in the Safety forum.
 


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We have a sticky thread going in the Let's Talk Kayak Fishing Board for these types of sites.  Those who have posted links here can feel free to add them to that thread.   :)  The more sites we have like this the better IMO.  These are some good ones!
                
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Wanna get the nerd on?  Well, you can use mobilegeographics.com to access an ical version of the entire year tide and current data, and use it directly in your calendar software, even on your smartphone, by subscribing to the data set and accessing with your software.

All I do is turn on that calendar any time I want to know tide, sunrise, sunset and moon cycle data, or current predictions and it pops up in my calendar like an appointment.  Absolutely fabulous.

I did it all using google calendar, which my android syncs to perfectly.  I wouldn't think of doing it any other way.  I check the PC when I am sitting in front of it, and the phone when on the go.  For printed calendars, I use  Protides.com so that I always have a paper copy handy in the case of internet loss.

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below is the link to the Admiralty Head tide info page, use the subscribe link to access the data using your calendar softeware.  Can't beat it, imho

current predictions: http://tides.mobilegeographics.com/locations/45.html

tide predictions:  http://tides.mobilegeographics.com/locations/46.html

~edit again~
once you master this, you can also add weatherunderground data the same way, and the 7 day forecast shows up.....
« Last Edit: November 02, 2011, 04:15:17 PM by 'Yak Monkey »
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