Great Tool! Now I have something to blame if I get skunked lol. Seriously though, great app and useful tool for a weekend fisherman. Sometimes I disagree with lure choice but it always gives a reasonable option if I cant make up my mind. I wish it used a map with depth charts and automatically pinpointed a few choice spots for the selected waters. Its even great for "what if" conditions and selections when behind the desk or at home. Great app for the value.
It is OK Good - Calendar with times. Suggests lures to use (but haven't verified how good the suggestions are). The Bad - manually entering the weather, lake info, fish info, etc. Summery - It is OK. Kind of a journal, or organizer for your own research. Really wish it looked up the i info on its own. Why do I have to enter the weather conditions? Why do I have to visit ministry websites to get lake info?
Pictures! Really like the app, but there's a lot of jargon (lake geography) that I'm not 100% familiar with, or it may be called something else in another region. Would be nice to have pictures (and a description) associated to them to help better understand what we need to pick when creating a location.
Get this app! Spend the 6 dollars which will be less than the useless crank baits you'll be trying in vain. The developer knows his stuff and has came up with a great program.
Garbage Why would you have to tell them what size pond or lake or body of water is? My girlfriend has the free version and it's the same as the one I paid money for. I want my money back. This app is completely fabricated by info you as a the user inputs and has pretty determined results. Not a fisherman's app.....it's a computer geek app disguised as a fisherman's app....HATE IT!
Pretty Decent so far. Seems like a lot of times it says the fish are active but your prospects are poor. WTF? If this app had a logging feature so I could track my catches it would be probably the best fishing app out there. And for six bucks it should have that and more. Personally I don't think any phone app should cost six bucks.
Fix some issues with spot backups