Fishing is a popular pastime that has seen a surge in participation since the Covid pandemic. To make the most of their fishing trips, anglers are turning to apps that provide them with real-time information on recent catches in their area. These apps also allow users to compare their catches with others, plan trips, and access forecasts and maps. Fish Angler is a collaborative tracking application that allows users to report their catches and mark them on the map.
This shared information helps other anglers benefit from the data. The app also acts as a personal record of your best catches and locations, and you can share your logs with your followers or follow other people you admire. It's free to use, making it a great alternative to Fishbrain if you don't want to pay for a subscription. ANGLR is another all-in-one app that covers just about every fishing style, from fly to deep-sea fishing.
It has recently been revised with a new user interface, so it is actively developed. All the tools you need to plan and research are included, with tons of maps to explore with GPS route planning. You can record your catches while sharing your tips with users. Fishbrain is the world's largest community fishing app, allowing anglers to upload catches, fishing reports and observations so that only they, their friends and family, or the community at large can see them.
You can also view the reports and catches of other people in the same area to find out where the fish are biting. The app is ideal for fishing clubs or groups of friends, as well as those who want to gain some experience by seeing the catches and reports of more experienced anglers. It also has a lot of information about baits and techniques. The Fishidy fishing app provides anglers with real-time information on recent catches in waterways near them. It lists each state's regulations, ensuring that you stay on the good side of the law by understanding which fish are in season and how many you can have.
The app also shows actual catch data in graphs to make it easy to see what fish are there and where. The FishAngler app will display the current temperature, wind, barometric pressure, moon phase and fish forecast. It also provides data such as water temperature, depth, vegetation and the presence of fish through predictive analysis instead of using information from other anglers. The premium version gives you access to information about fishing, offline maps when you don't have access to the Internet, information about depth, the composition of the bottom (mud, rock or sand), submerged vegetation, submerged structures and critical fishing points with GPS coordinates. NetFish is another application designed to guide its users to specific locations and techniques for fishing. It's like Twitter for the fishing world - you can create a feed with your fishing adventures to share them with other people who are doing the same.