FishCast shown on laptop


Fathom Science’s Dr. Mike Muglia visited The Sport Fishing School, sponsored by the Office of Professional Development at NC State University, in Hatteras, NC on June 9, 2021. Mike explained and demonstrated Fathom’s FishCast to the participants, explaining the features of FishCast, why they’re important for finding big game fish […]

NASA logo


Fathom Science is excited to be a NASA partner, working on NASA’s Ecological Forecasting project “Predicting the Long-Distance Dispersal of Ichthyoplankton in the Intra-Americas Sea: A Data-Assimilative Decision Support Tool for Effective Living Marine Resource Management.” Fathom will be working with the Bonefish and Tarpon Trust to advance understanding of […]



Fathom Science has partnered with ROFFS™ to deliver the best available ocean information and provide the most detailed, reliable fishing forecasting analyses in the world! ROFFS™ has provided offshore fishing maps and customized analyses for decades to fishers on the U.S. East Coast, Gulf of Mexico, and Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Fathom Science’s […]

SST sample map


Introducing FishCastTM: a collection of maps that help you Find Your Fish! FishCast offers Sea Surface Temperature (SST) maps and Optimal Fish Location maps. FishCast maps are the best in the industry because they: are always cloud free offer hourly images, to keep you informed off shore have ultra-high resolution (1 […]

blue marlin


The Fathom Science team is attending the fabulous Big Rock Blue Marlin Tournament in Morehead City, NC this year to see the big fish and meet the anglers. Keep an eye out for us in Fathom Science shirts. We look forward to meeting you there and discussing SST maps and […]

sea surface temp off NC, edges marked


On some water temperature maps that Fathom Science produces, a temperature front is marked. The front is often a place of high fish concentration, because it indicates where cold, nutrient-rich deep water is welling up into the warmer, sunlit regions. At the front, phytoplankton – the base of the fish […]