This new version of the Ultimate Angler application has been designed for use with both pre-iOS 7 and the latest released operating system iOS 7. The graphics are optimized to work seamlessly with either platform.
This application is for any level angler who wants to have access to a full library of fish finding techniques. This quick reference will help find and catch more fish and includes standard freshwater species such as the Bluegill, Crappie, Largemouth and Smallmouth Bass, Northern Pike, Walleye, Yellow Perch, Trout, Salmon, Saltwater sport fish from both the shore/surf and Deep Sea Fishing.
The Ultimate Angler allows you to choose which particular prey you are after, and the interface queries for several conditions, then posts results based on those selections. This includes where you are fishing from, the time of year, time of day, wind conditions, water clarity, sun/clouds and more. The results page tells anglers where to fish, the best bait to use, color, size, sound, line type, direction, location, casting techniques and more.
Ultimate Angler has an extensive library with details on the most common sportfish being targeted in fresh and salt water, special techniques, definitions and more. There is also a large Equipment section outlining tackle tips, fishing notes, rigs, bait descriptions/details and more. Finally, there's a section to save your largest catch with info like where it was caught, the length, weight, bait used, and more.
The Ultimate Angler is the ultimate application to have whether you are fishing in a small backyard pond or along the ocean coastline. From fun summer bass to trophy winter Bluegill, this is an extensive and comprehensive fishing utility, user friendly enough to be used by anyone.
The list of fish specifically targeted are:
- Largemouth Bass
- Smallmouth Bass
- Crappier (white/black)
- Yellow Perch
- Northern Pike
- Trout (Brook/Lake/Rainbow/Brown)
- Salmon (Atlantic/Chinook/Coho)
- Saltwater Surf (over 20 coastal fish species)
- Deep Sea Saltwater (over 20 offshore fish species)
- June 15, 2014 Initial release