RipCharts

RipCharts

By RipCharts

  • Category: Sports
  • Release Date: 2015-06-03
  • Current Version: 2.7.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 151.07 MB
  • Developer: RipCharts
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
Score: 4.775
4.775
From 280 Ratings

Description

Welcome to RipCharts, an industry leader in satellite fishing maps. This app is free to download for existing RipCharts Premium subscribers. If you are new to RipCharts, then we allow you to purchase a new RipCharts subscription via an In App Purchase. Please contact us if you have questions or would like a complementary demo The RipCharts mobile app is a powerful tool that enables offshore fishermen to evaluate recent satellite imagery in order to determine favorable fishing conditions. Search for, view, and download maps of near realtime satellite imagery onto your device to take with you offshore. View the latest imagery datasets: Raw SST orbit scans Composite SST (1day, 3day) Multi-Res/Cloud Free SST Sub-Surface SST. 0m, -25m, -50m, -100m 5 day SST forecast models Chlorophyll Chlorophyll/Cloud mashups Chlorophyll composites True Color Altimetry Currents Salinity Bathymetry Map Features: Use the multi touch map to zoom, pan, view waypoints, and overlay additional data layers to gain insight into where the most favorable fishing zones are located. Mapping Tools: Measure distances and headings between points Dynamically customize temp/color ranges on SST maps to identify subtle breaks - powerful feature! Overlay bathymetry, altimetry, currents, and Loran layers Tap the map to receive point information (lat, lon, depth, SST) Popular waypoints and fishing hotspots come pre-loaded Manage your personal waypoints (add, edit, delete) Save imagery to your device for offline/offshore use Show your position and navigate on saved imagery using GPS satellites "Go Here" navigation with bearing, ETA, and speed displays Floater oil rig positions updated twice daily (Gulf of Mexico only)

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Reviews

  • Temps are everything

    5
    By da answer man
    When I want to head to the canyons, this is what I use for sure. Know where that water is and know where the fish may be
  • RipCharts is a no brainer

    5
    By Caneelin' Sportfishing
    Fishing offshore can have some guesswork involved if you don’t have daily intel from the charter fleet. RipCharts is an excellent way to gather information on what’s happening offshore. The premium account is a no brainer as it’s certainly less than a tank of fuel for any offshore adventure. The mobile app is great to use even offshore without cell network and the web browser version really can dial in where fishing is shown to be expected with chart overlays. Definitely watch the tutorial videos as it helps you understand how to get the most out of your subscription! Tight Lines! Caneelin’ Sportfishing
  • Never a clear shot of NC

    1
    By 1afgt43
    I’ve been trying to use this app since this summer and have yet to have one clear image of NC. I understand you can’t control the weather but this app is useless in my opinion.
  • Charter Boat Captain

    5
    By Sea Winder
    This app gives me detailed information that helps me make my day-to-day plans as a charter captain. It has helped me find fish that my competitors wish they knew of.
  • RipCharts Tutorials

    5
    By Davidcobia
    Watch the videos and you will catch more fish on average trips.
  • Best site ever

    5
    By 39YF
    I’ve used all the fishing imagery sites. None compare to RipCharts. Don’t waste your money on other sites.
  • Go to SST app

    5
    By Chathamjack
    Love this app. Great value
  • Hell Diver Approved

    5
    By gulfskindiver
    If you want the most highly advanced satellite imagery in the world at your fingertips then Ripcharts is the only way to go!!
  • love RIP charts

    5
    By DaveNolan598
    Great service. The GUI is intuitive and tailorable Great product
  • Need fixing

    4
    By redfish jones
    I try and put in numbers manually on my iPhone for my fishing locations, and you can’t see the numbers on the bottom to adjust the lat and Long. Help!

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