NFR Wind Map

Freestone

Not to be confused with freestoneangler
#7
Evan, cool map! For those of us living in E Wa, wind is very fishing related. When I check a forecast, I am not usually looking to see if it will rain or snow or how hot or cold it will be, but what the wind will be doing.
 
#10
Evan,
Thanks for the link.
Looks like a good resource, but wish the map showed up using IE. I'll have to find a computer running Chrome to check it out.
Here is another source for wind info that I find very helpful when fishing the sound.
http://i90.atmos.washington.edu/ferry/Ferryjs/mainframe1.htm
Can you load plug-ins on your system?
Ok, I know, if someone's making you use IE they probably say "no plug-ins", but if you can:
http://www.google.com/chromeframe

Although I think it would only work if the site has a meta tag instructing IE to use the chrome plug-in as the rendering engine, so it may not help.
 

Ed Call

Well-Known Member
#14
Very cool! Butt shouldn't there be bigger winds in Dillon, MT and over on the Kitsap Peninsula? :cool:
What is your point...poking fun at Old Man and Mumbles is certainly not sporting for a man of your talents Flybill, you should have much sharper tounged opponents.

Oh, and BITE ME!