Pandeglang district is one of the fishery production centers in Banten province which is the largest producer of high economic fish in Banten province. One of the dominant species caught is mackerel (Rastrelliger spp). Production of mackerel is fluctuated due to the condition of fishing areas that are always changing related to the fertility of the waters. Lack of information to fishermen associated with fishing areas leads to unstable catches. This study aims to provide an overview of the fertility of waters around Pandeglang waters using sea surface temperature and chlorophyll-a parameters based on satellite data during the western and transitional season (January to May) 2017. The method used in this study is survey method by collecting primary data in the form of catch and capture data, sea surface temperature and chlorophyll-a data in some fishing areas, and secondary data of sea surface temperature and chlorophyll-a during the west season and transitional seasons taken from AQUA MODIS satellite images. The results of this study indicated that the highest yield of mackerel fish obtained in May is about 98 kg/trip with sea surface temperature conditions ranging from 30.49°C - 31.10°C and chlorophyll-a concentrations between 0.21 - 0.58 mg/L. This condition can be used as a reference in determining potential fishing areas that are beneficial to fishermen, especially in Pandeglang regency.