SMART FISHING TIDES (New Tide Tool Predicts Best Fishing Times)
Weather, tides, wind, radar, sonar, satellite maps, and much more all in ONE place!
Plus, it’s 100% ad-free (so you don’t have to scroll through a bunch of annoying ads and pop-ups to get what you need).
But before I get into this amazing new fishing tide tool, can I ask you a quick question?
Would you like to know how to use tides and science to predict where feeding redfish, speckled trout, and flounder will be in your area?
Want to know the exact day and time that will maximize your chances of catching flounder, snook, reds, seatrout, etc?
Want to eliminate a big chunk of the guesswork to finding new fishing spots and catching your favorite inshore fish fast?
Then you’re going to love SMART FISHING TIDES!
It’s the only fishing tide and weather website that is custom-built for inshore saltwater fishermen that predicts the best day to fish, best time to fish, and even shows you hidden structure and potholes through sonar imaging.
We’ve been big fans of sites like Tides4Fishing but they have so much stuff (and ads) that it’s confusing and overkill.
So we set out to create the easiest, cleanest, most useful tide and solunar fishing forecast system on the planet.
No more having to learn how to read a tide chart…
Because we’ve done it for you!
Our tide charts and daily saltwater fishing forecasts give you hourly tide updates and forecasts that even a 7-year-old angler can understand.
In this podcast episode, we’re diving into the backstory of how Smart Fishing Tides came to be and what it can do for you, as well as sharing some info about special, limited-time access you don’t want to miss out on.
You can listen to this episode by watching the video, clicking the play button below it, or on iTunes, Stitcher, or Spotify.
P.S. Check out Smart Fishing Tides here now: SmartFishingTides.com
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So what all can Smart Fishing Tides do for you?
Well, let’s say I was fishing in St. Petersburg, Florida.
I’d first start with a tide station.
In this case, I’ll choose Point Pinellas.
Next, I’m taken to a page where I have a lot of info to help me decide when and where to fish.
The first thing I see is the Strike Score.
It looks like this coming Saturday is the best day to fish this week, with a Strike Score of 8, so I’ll plan on fishing that day.
Then I’ll scroll down and check the tides, weather, sunrise, and sunset.
Actually, it looks like there will be rain all day Saturday, so how about Friday?
Friday morning is looking better…looks like we might be doing a pre-work fishing trip Friday!
And speaking of rain, on Friday morning, before I go out, I’ll pop back in here and check the radar to see where the storms are, where they’re coming from, and where they’re headed.
Next, I’ll scroll down to see when the bite is supposed to be best.
It’s looking like it’ll be good in the morning for my pre-work trip.
Now, where exactly should I fish?
If I scroll down, I have Google satellite maps to check out.
And if I scroll down a little more I also have sonar maps to check the depth.
There you have it, everything you need to plan your fishing trip.
Go visit SmartFishingTides.com to plan your own trip.
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In the “old days” you had to go to several different apps or websites to get the weather, satellite maps, sonar maps, radar and tides.
But now we’re making it super easy for you by combining all of that information into just one site.
And for the cherry on top, there will be no ads or popups cluttering the page and stopping you from just trying to figure out when and where to fish.
To start using this website (for free) today, go to SmartFishingTides.com.
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I love Smart fishing tides I look almost every day. Then check spots. Even when I’m not fishing.
The email I got is pretty scammy. “See our free tool here” clicks…oh but it’s only ad free.
The tool is not accessible unless you pay for a subscription.😒
We’ll have this available to the public in a free version in two weeks (early February). All you have to do is create a free account.
This was the most inspirational podcast and really hit me. It inspired me so much I passed this on to my pastor at Central Pensacola Beach
Just finding this tool. Pretty awesome! Just one suggestion to make it even better. It would be great if there were an interactive wind map as well. Something like the windy app or fishweather. Not a criticism at all, just a suggestion to make it even more complete…love what you guys are doing!
I’m new & not sure I know what “inshore” fishing means. I have only fished the Atlantic Ocean, Delaware Bay, twice. That was years ago at Rehoboth Beach, DE.
I typically freshwater fish for trout, largemouth & catfish.
I have enjoyed your videos. Keep up the good work!
What happened to smartfishingtides.com? Can’t find it anymore.
Hey Jay, if you are logged in to the Insider community you will see it.
smartfishingtides.com it says ‘Free’ I dont have an account to pay for the yearly subscription ‘Insiders Club’ (I’m too much of an amateur to be spending that amount money for a subscription) How do I get to the ‘Free’ Smart Fishing Tide ?
On the sonar map;
There are a lots of different symbols, colors, green island in the middle of the grape?
Can someone explain what they mean, and what are they?
good question… I’m wondering the same thing. Can’t believe it has yet to be answered.
Here’s a great video on this – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AqDC-xuAhXc
Here’s a good video explaining the symbols – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AqDC-xuAhXc
Is this only for Florida? I live on the Mississippi gulf coast.
This tide forecasting platform features tide stations across the entire coastline of the United States. Be sure to give it a shot: https://smartfishingtides.com/
I haven’t been able to pull up Smart Fishing Tides for last 3 weeks. It starts up but the red ball just keeps bouncing and doesn’t pull up the tide station map. What is up?
Hey Larry, Sorry to hear it’s not loading for you. Sometimes it will do this if it cannot locate you (if you have location services turned off or if you’re on a VPN, etc). Just above the red ball is a search field, where you can search for the area you want to look up to bypass the auto-location feature.
I fish South Skyway Pier and can’t find a tide chart for this. Which one should I use