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IPhone Application Development: IPhone Apps For Fishing Enthusiasts

Author : Aman Singh

Fishing, especially angling, used to be for people who could be patient, people who could wait for a long time before they caught their first fish of the day. Now there are a number of iPhone apps that give you the right location and right time for fishing: apps that make you reach a stream just when the fish do! This article list some of the apps that fishing enthusiasts will love.

We don't yet have an app that allows you to dip your iPhone in the stream and catch a fish, but for fishing enthusiasts who love technology (if you are the guy with 5 different types of 'automatic' fishing rods in your garage, we are talking about you), iPhone application development has yielded 5 apps that make fishing more fun and easy. These apps also help you get better at fishing, and if these things don't interest you, you can use the apps to while away your time as you wait for the fish to bite the bait.

Animated Fishing Knots: For anglers who haven't yet mastered the art of tying different types of knots, this is the best thing to come out of iPhone application development. This app doesn't just give text instructions and diagrams (like other lesser knot-tying apps); it has animated videos that document the knot-tying process in painstaking detail. And that not all: you even get instruction on the best way to use the knots!

Fly Fishing Reporter: If you are bored with angling and want to try your hand at fly fishing, this app will tell you where to go. Flying Fish Reporter will provide you with detailed information on the best flying fish destination around you (if you live in the US). It automatically tracks your location and come with a list of laces near you where you can go and indulge in your favorite hobby.

Fish Mate: You can get more scientific than this while you're fishing: created by Sammy Lee, professional angler and host of a radio show about fishing this app takes into account the feeding times of the fish, weather forecast and moon phases to help you prepare your fishing schedule. You can also upload photographs of your best catch though this app and subscribe to daily fishing news and tips. And if you are a fan of Sammy Lee, the app will connect you to Sammy Lee's radio podcast.

The Hatch to Fly Fishing: This is perhaps the most ambitious project for fly fishing any iPhone application development team has undertaken. The app is a bit rough round the edges as it depends on fishermen all around the country to message details and photographs about the state of fishing in their areas, but it's still works well. You can enter the app any get information about which fish are hatching in what month on which river of which state. It depends on its patrons to give information and mostly the information accurate.

iSolunar Hunting and Fishing Times: This app would be on the top of the list if it did not cost $4.99. Taking advantage of the fact that your iPhone has an inbuilt GPS feature, this app find out where you are, and tell you that best time for fishing immaterial of where you are. Not just that, it also tells you the time fish will start biting! And it's not guesswork: its information is based on data from Solunar Theory and US Naval Observatory.

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