This app allows you to make your own digital angles logbook. It automatically registers the weather, wind direction, wind power and your fishing spot. And you are also able to fill in your own information about length, weight and fish species. This app automatically keeps up statistics from your logbook. And if you want you are able to share your information via social media!
What is the logbook about?
This app is a special app for all anglers (salt and freshwater). It can be used for phones and tablets. This app gives you the opportunity to make your own digital anglers logbook. This app can be used worldwide. It adapts to the specimins that appear in the country you are. Whenever you catch a fish you can take a picture of the fish using the app on your mobile device. Or you may also upload a photo from your device. The app allows you to fill in information about:
- length of the fish
- weight of the fish
- fish species
- weather conditions during your catch
- wind direction
- wind power
- details (here you can fill in your own comments)
Weather conditions, wind direction and wind power are automatically tracked by the app, but when you use the app during another day you are able to change this information manually. For changing wind direction: push on the arrow and slowly slide to the direction you want to use. You can also fill in your own fish species when you catch a very rare fish which doesn’t appear in the fishlist. Do you want to delete the photo and information? Press on the photo for a few seconds.
When you catch a fish the app automatically tracks where you caught it. You will see a map with photos of all fishes you caught, your logbook statistics are automatically linked to the photos. If you want to change the spot you just have to change the place in your logbook. This will then be changed on the map.
Another revolutionary function of this app is that it keeps up statistics from the information you fill in in your logbook. This information is kept per month. For instance: you caught 5 fishes in January. The app automatically gives a nice graphic about:
- Hookbait in January; 3 fishes caught with red lure, 1 with blue lure and 1 with dead bait. (5 in total). - Wind direction in January; 4 fishes caught with Northwestern wind direction, 1 with Southern wind direction (5 in total).
You are able to share the fishes you caught via social media. You can also send the details via e-mail or copy them to your phone. But no worries: when you don’t want to share this information you can keep this to yourself!
Samsung Galaxy S (2)
Samsung Galaxy Note
Samsung Galaxy Ace
Samsung Galaxy Gio
Other devices might work too, but it is not guaranteed
If you found a bug, please tell us your device and send a bug report. We try to fix this as fast as possible.
- View fishing reports from all over New Zealand (we've left location broad on purpose)
- View fishing photos and catches
- Filter to fishing reports you want to see
- Add fishing reports
- Comment on fishing reports and discuss with other users
- Share your reports (or other reports) to facebook
- Receive notifications (enable/disable) when a new fishing report is posted, or someone comments on your report
We're still very new and always up for feedback so if you have any comments or questions, please contact us!
NZ Fishing Apps team