My first time out I was on the transient dock the night before and there was a dude there with a big sport tuna boat, long outriggers I asked him for advice, he told me to head southwest till the water hits 59.5 then start fishing, funny but pretty much true to this day:)
I use RipCharts, I have never used the others listed here, I download the most current chart into my iPad and drive around on the chart realtime
I just went ant looked at cloro for the 7th, there are 25 scans in there.
You could move down by the gulf and get in some good salt fishing but then you have the hurricanes to live with. I know someone with a place on the water in Galveston and a 26’ robalo. He seems to survive with no damage.
a vent would be cool (hah) but sealing it up to keep the water out is a concern, this is Washington, if it ain’t the rain it’s the 30 knot winds beating you up on that 100 mile run to home:). I’ll take the comfort:)