FishDope is your competitive edge.
There are many readily available sources in today’s technology driven world to help all fishermen, from first time anglers to commercial captains, locate and catch fish more efficiently. Advanced satellite imagery, weather forecasts, on the water updates and popular fishing blogs are all useful tools for inshore and offshore fishermen. These tools allow fishermen to plan ahead and predict what conditions and fishing will be like before they ever leave the marina. Many sites offer 1 or 2 of these necessary tools but there is only one site that incorporates all of them: FishDope.
For $169 a year – or less than a tank of fuel for most private boats in Southern California – you gain access to the most accurate and up to date fishing information that is available anywhere.
Remember, here at FishDope we have one purpose: “Catch more fish, Burn Less Fuel”
Saving fuel may be easier than you think. Let’s say, for example, you want to get into the good albacore fishing that is 45 miles from Point Loma, San Diego. The fish have been biting in the same spot for a week. You plan your trip over the course of the work week until Friday finally rolls around.
As you head down to the launch ramp you check FishDope one last time and see that the bite has moved. A strong southerly flow has pushed the pocket of water that is holding the fish northwest. You write down the gps numbers. You quickly check the fishing chart interface and plan a new route, which is easy to do because the hot bite fish icon is already on the chart at the exact location where the fish are being caught. You plot your course and you are off.
Instead of wasting valuable time and expensive fuel searching for the fish while you are on the water you drive straight to them. Now you have more time to catch the fish and have burned less fuel doing it.
The daily fishing reports cover, Santa Barbara, Channel Islands, Catalina Island, San Clemente Island, Los Angeles, Dana Point, Oceanside, San Diego, Coronado Islands, Ensenada, San Quintin, inshore, offshore and everywhere in between.
If there is a bite going on, we got the dope!