Buoyweather.com Creates Custom Weather Widget for The Fisherman Magazine

The Fisherman Magazine now offers free Buoyweather marine forecasts.

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HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif., April 18, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Fisherman, the most read weekly fishing magazine in the US recently formed a partnership with Buoyweather.com to offer its users up-to-the-minute, point-based marine forecasts on its website, www.thefisherman.com.

"Weather is always a top priority for anglers planning a fishing trip," says Michael Caruso, Publisher of The Fisherman. "Through this new partnership, we can provide readers of The Fisherman with a complete Buoyweather forecast without ever having to leave TheFisherman.com."

The Fisherman's Weather Station powered by Buoyweather is extremely easy to use. Simply go to TheFisherman.com, select a location on the map and click 'Choose this Location' to receive a marine weather forecast for that exact GPS location. Through the Buoyweather widget, users receive a free wind and swell forecast, satellite radar, moon and tides, current information, wind speed and direction, sea surface temperature and live buoy data.

"This is a great partnership for Buoyweather.com," says Charlie Levine, Editor and Publisher of Buoyweather. "The Fisherman has a great reputation for providing fishing reports and articles that anglers rely on to help them catch fish. Through this partnership, we can now provide those readers with accurate weather, which helps them complete the puzzle of where to go and when to go fishing."

Buoyweather has always been a popular site for linking to. Thousands of marine, surf, and fishing sites around the world link to Buoyweather's free marine forecasts and conditions powered by the site's virtual weather buoys. Through its custom weather widgets, Buoyweather is taking that concept a step further and putting the power of its forecasting system on partner websites. To learn more about creating a custom weather widget for your website, visit www.buoyweather.com.

Charlie Levine, 407-222-3893 /