Time and fuel costs are always important considerations when fishing. ROFFS™ will show you where the fish are located before you leave the dock and while fishing by sending you the most comprehensive interpretive oceanographic analysis for fishing. We will put you on the fish!

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ROFFS™ loves to talk to clients before, during and after their trips.  ROFFS™ tries to update their “catch reports” on a weekly basis and will only report first hand information.  No hear-say or dock rumors here!  Please click below to view the most recent catch reports on our website now!

Catch Reports

ROFFS™ current office hours –  Monday through Friday 9 AM – 5 PM, Saturday CLOSED. Please click below for more information on our current rates & office hours.

Rates & Hours

ROFFS™ Fishy Times Newsletter comes out weekly normally on Wednesday.  Check it out online for the latest and greatest “fishy” news.  Please click below for the current edition along with links to past editions online.

Fishy Times

ROFFS™ remains active within the national and international science community and continues to be engaged in NASA, NOAA, IOOS and other research projects ranging from ecosystem based fisheries management to ocean monitoring for environmental protection and homeland security.

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ROFFS™ provides a variety of services including oceanographic analyses and forecasts in support of the oil and gas industry, ship routing (commercial and recreational vessels), aquaculture site selection, defense, and other applications.

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Why Choose Us?

Roffer’s Ocean Fishing Forecasting Service, Inc. (ROFFS™) is a scientific consulting company based in Miami and West Melbourne, Florida (U.S.A.) that is involved with fisheries oceanography, environmental science, and satellite remote sensing.

Founded in 1987 by Mitchell A. Roffer (Ph.D.), we are best known for our tactical and strategic fisheries forecasts that are the result of the integration of satellite and other fisheries oceanographic data. However, we are intensively involved in a broad range of projects such as ship routing, oil and gas drilling operations, seismic and fish surveys, fisheries development, aquaculture, environmental monitoring, and applied scientific research.

As more and more so-called “fish finding” services and internet websites become available, choosing ROFFS™ over others may be less of an obvious decision now. Today, there are a number of so-called “services,” that offer anything from simple sea surface temperature, chlorophyll, altimeter traces to very pretty color satellite images including ocean models.


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