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Currently using fish track but my subscription is just about up and trying to decide if I wanna switch. I like that both of these have a mobile app for a quick glance. Haven't been super happy with fish tracks SST shots for the Mod Atlantic region but like that they use buoy weather for forecast and has been pretty spot on.
Anyone used both and prefer on over the other? And why? I did email fish tracks after getting a "how are we doing email" asking if it was possible to add a couple points of interest and never heard a word from them.
I've searched and know it's a frequent topic of discussion but really just looking to compare these two services. Let me know the good and bad of both. Maybe I'm missing something.
I've used Terrafin in the past, but haven't used fish track. Terrafin was good, but I'm not sure it offers anything above and beyond the other sites. Sounds like a lot of people are using rip charts now. I might look at that next.
I looked into rip charts and liked the way things looked like on there website. I saw you have to go premium package to get the moble access and a bunch of other info. I am curious does anyone know if there is a free try it period before committing to anther SST company? If they don't do a free trial period would it be possible for someone to let me log into there mobile app to just noise around and see if I like it? Does rip charts provide a weather service like buoy weather?