Best Apps For Fishing

Has this ever happened to you? You have been waiting all week for the weekend and for the time to go fishing. You get up early, prepare your gear and head to the lake.

Then it hits you: You forgot your fishing app!

There is no need to panic. There are several apps available that can help you with everything from finding the best spot to fish, to keeping track of your catch. Many of them are free and contain information that will help you improve your game by informing you on how different species react to different weather conditions and which types of lures are best suited for specific weather patterns.

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So, the next time you head out on the water, make sure you are prepared by downloading one of these awesome apps.

Best Apps For Fishing

Top 10 Fishing Apps
Pro Angler
Terrafin Troll
Master Depth Calculator
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anglr fishing app

Like many fishing apps ANGLR helps you log your fishing info, which can be incredibly valuable over time. Unlike many, however, it’s highly automated. Press start when you begin fishing, and it’ll capture info like your GPS route, weather conditions including cloud cover and air temperature (from Dark Sky), and water conditions including temperature and flow (via USGS gauges). You can further develop the database by adding things like records and photos of your catch, and track the performance of specific lures or baits.

Price: Free, with paid upgrades.

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The FishAngler app has four basic functions: it provides mapping, weather forecasts with seven-day marine forecasts, logbook functionality with close to 50 detailed catch attributes you can use to record catches and conditions, and a virtual community that lets you connect with anglers around the globe. Price: Free.

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fishbrain appFishbrain is one of the most popular fishing apps around, with the largest social network for fishermen and nine-million-plus users out on the water. Not only does it get you connected with other anglers, it has updates on hotspots and what’s biting, a species recognition tool, and includes fishing forecasts. A Premium version unlocks additional hotspots, gets you crowdsourced bathymetric data, and crunches real world data to recommend top lures and baits.

Price: Free basic version, $5.99 a month for Premium.

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Fishidyfishidy app
Fishidy has a waterway database with over 20,000 freshwater and 180,000 saltwater bodies of water, matched up with catch-logging, weather and fishing forecasts, and the ability to follow other angler’s activities on the water. The Premium version adds in over 27,000 marked hotspots, bathymetric mapping, and underwater structure identification. Items shown on-screen can be tapped to bring up detailed explanations of what lays beneath the water’s surface.

Price: Free, $9.99 a month for Premium.

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FishTrackfishtrack app
If you’re on the hunt for deep-sea sportfish, FishTrack will be to your liking. This app includes sea surface temperature and chlorophyll charts, tide and current info, bathymetric data, moon phase, and weather predictions. And unlike many similar apps, you have the ability to save the imagery so once you’re offshore and well beyond cell service, you can continue viewing the charts. The Premium version includes more current satellite imagery, enhanced nav abilities, and additional features.

Price: Free, $14.99 for Premium.

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iAngleriangler app
The iAngler app is a sibling to iAngler Tournament, a popular platform for catch-photo-release tournaments. There’s a good chance you’ll end up using iAngler if you enjoy tournament fishing (and you can check it to locate nearby tournaments you may not have heard about), and the catch data that’s collected is saved for scientific purposes. Knowing what was caught, when, and where can help with stock assessments, determining the effect of habitat restoration, and gaining a better scientific understanding of our fisheries. The iAngler app exists separate and apart from the tournament version for people to log catches and catch locations strictly for research and conservation purposes, when there’s not a competition taking place.

Price: Free.

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Pro Anglerpro angler app
The unique twist Pro Angler provides is that it actually has (Florida-based) professionals adding to the data pool. Local captains chime in with info on what’s biting, when, and where. The app also has over 7,500 hotspots listed with tidal data, water and air temperature, and weather conditions. Another unusual feature is a listing of land-based features, such as bait and tackle shops, boat ramps, charter boats, and weigh stations. Pro Angler also claims to be the number-one rated fishing app on the App Store.

Price: Free with in-app purchases and ads; upgradable to Live Action Premium Unlimited for $9.99 a month.

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RiverFlowsriverflows app
If you want a simple app that delivers exactly what its name promises, you’ll like RiverFlows. It utilizes data fed by the USGS, NOAA, the US Army Corps of Engineers, the Colorado Department of Water Resources, and the California Data Exchange, to quickly and simply show lake and river water levels across the U.S. Water temperature data is also displayed, and you can see river flows in graph form or cubic feet per second.

Price: Free.

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terrafin appTerrafin is a sea surface temperature app with downloadable charts and the ability to set waypoints, get bearings and distances, and display altimetry and chlorophyll charts. This is another app that keeps things relatively simple and rather than trying to be all things to all anglers it just delivers easy to understand sea surface temperature and chlorophyll data to offshore anglers.

Price: Free with sample charts, $109 for a year of current charts updated up to three times daily.

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Troll Master Depth Calculator
troll master depth calculator appWhether you fish in lakes, rivers, or the deep blue ocean, if you like trolling you’ll love the Troll Master Depth Calculator. This app tells you exactly how deep your lure is running, by taking multiple variables into account: line type and length, lure type, weight, speed, rod height, and more. The physics-based calculations have been verified with on-the-water depth gauge testing and new lures are constantly being added for more extensive coverage of specific popular lures, as well as general lure types.

Price: $9.99.

fishing apps for android

Price: Free / $1.99

1Weather is one of the most popular weather apps on mobile. It’s also one of the better fishing apps. It’s a great app to check the current weather, upcoming weather, and smaller things like sunrise and sunset times. After all, you want to make sure it stays cold enough for ice fishing or warm enough for regular fishing. The app includes a 12-week forecast. It’s not always 100% accurate, though. All of the app’s many features are free with advertising. A single $1.99 purchase removes the ads. There are other weather apps that are fantastic as well. However, this one strikes an excellent balance between good features and simplicity.

See also: The best weather apps and weather widgets for Android

Angler’s Log
Price: Free

Angler’s Log – best fishing apps for android
Angler’s Log is one of the newer fishing apps. It’s a simple fishing log. It lets you record your catches, the bait you used, and the location of your catches. That way you know what works and where. It also includes a map with your fishing spots, social media sharing, and a gallery for your photos of the fish you caught. It’s a newer app. That means there are some software bugs here and there. However, it’s completely free and it’s hard to complain too much about a free app.

Price: Free / $5.99 per month / $49.99 per year

Fishbrain is one of the more powerful fishing apps. The app mainly records your catches, bait used, and location. However, it also shows you what other anglers caught and used in similar locations. The app covers over 130 species of fish, includes a friend system, and even includes things like tips and tricks. It’s a good place for discussions about the best bait to use and there are even some forecast and calendar features. Many parts of the app are free. However, you need a subscription if you want every feature in the app. Thankfully, it’s not too expensive, but we’d only recommend it to serious angler’s who use the app a lot.

See also: The best fishing games for Android

Fishing Points
Price: Free / $4.99-$9.99 per year

Fishing Points screenshot 2022
Fishing Points is a good all-around fishing app. The app has some pretty decent features. That includes a GPS for finding your favorite fishing spots. Some other features include a fishing log, Google Maps integration, an offline mode (with NOAA nautical charts), a compass, and more. It even has information on things like popular feeding times for fish, sunrise and sunset times, and moon phases. This one also includes a subscription price. It’s much cheaper than some others. On the downside, you have to pay the maximum price ($9.99 per year) to get the cool stuff like offline nautical maps.

Price: Free / $5.99-$19.99

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HuntStand screenshot 2022
HuntStand is technically a hunting app. It’s still one of the better fishing apps, though. The app lets you create hunting areas. It uses public records to show borders and parcels. That way you don’t end up on someone else’s property. It’s an excellent way to mark spots where you intend on hunting or fishing, although the tools are mostly for hunting. There are two subscription options. The first just removes ads for a year. The second gives you unlimited parcel checks. We would only recommend the second one to extremely active people who go a lot of different places.


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