Fishing Prediction

Based on historical data, you should target one of the following species:
 Red Drum (5.79%)
 Summer Flounder (5.26%)
 Spotted Seatrout (5.26%)
 Sailfish (5.26%)
 Mahi-mahi (4.74%)
 Bluefish (4.21%)
 Whiting (4.21%)
 Wahoo (3.68%)
 Snook (3.16%)
 Spanish Mackerel (3.16%)
 Yellowfin Tuna (3.16%)
 White Marlin (2.63%)
 Florida Pompano (2.63%)
 Blackfin Tuna (2.63%)
 Northern Puffer (2.11%)
 Striped Bass (2.11%)
 Weakfish (2.11%)
 Swordfish (2.11%)
 Greater Hammerhead (2.11%)
 Black Drum (2.11%)
 Blue Marlin (1.58%)
 Cobia (1.58%)
 Atlantic Bonito (1.58%)
 Atlantic Croaker (1.58%)
 Sheepshead (1.58%)
 King Mackerel (1.58%)
 Little Tunny (1.05%)
 Muskie (1.05%)
 Rainbow Trout (1.05%)
 Atlantic Tarpon (1.05%)
 Coho Salmon (1.05%)
 Chinook Salmon (1.05%)
 Grey Triggerfish (1.05%)
 Largemouth Bass (1.05%)
 Black Marlin (1.05%)
 Red Grouper (1.05%)
 Bluefin Tuna (1.05%)
 Oyster Toadfish (0.53%)
 Greater Amberjack (0.53%)
 Barramundi (0.53%)
 Walleye (0.53%)
 Tautog (0.53%)
 Black Crappie (0.53%)
 Northern Pike (0.53%)
 Black Sea Bass (0.53%)
 White Grunt (0.53%)
 Mutton Snapper (0.53%)
 Vermilion Snapper (0.53%)
 Dusky Flathead (0.53%)
 Yellow Perch (0.53%)
 Skipjack Tuna (0.53%)
 Striped Marlin (0.53%)
 Bonefish (0.53%)
 Great Barracuda (0.53%)
 Roosterfish (0.53%)
 Brown Trout (0.53%)
 Mako Shark (0.53%)

Recommended Colors

Based on the time of day, season, weather, and water color, we recommend the following:
Black is your primary color. We recommend trying a Black colored lure. Alternatively, you can try: Purple, Purple/Black, or Black/Purple colored lures. If all else fails, here are some other options: Blue, Blue/Black, or Purple/Blue colored lures. You can use Silver spoons, spinnerbaits, or trim for on the lures. For extra effect, try a lure with a chartruse or flourescent colored tail.

Recommended Lures


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About the Fishing Prediction

Our Fishing Prediction is based on the solunar calendar. Currently, our algorithm computes the "score" for each minute and hour of the day, based on many different variables, such as:
  • Sunrise
  • Sunset
  • Moon rise
  • Moon set
  • 3 days before and after New Moon
  • 3 days before and after Full Moon

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