By Trout Insights, LLC
TroutRoutes is your ultimate guide to trout streams. Designed by avid anglers to include everything you need to discover and explore great trout fishing destinations across the United States. TroutRoutes helps fly fishing anglers enjoy new trout streams, with key features like… • DISCOVER: Color-coded stream ratings allow you to find quality fly fishing spots at a glance • ACCESS: Public and non-public land and access points, trails, easements, wildlife management areas, and parking spots • EXPLORE: Detailed elevation profiles, water levels, and flow rates help you know when and where to start casting • TRACK: Log your favorite spots, streams. Your content stays private! Features: - Over 50,000 trout streams, each with custom access maps - Industry's first Regulations PRO maps, showing every stream regulation in the country - Detailed access maps include everything from fishing easements to state parks and other access points - Detailed fishing access including hiking, bridges, places to park, and other designated fishing access - Offline maps: Save your maps for offline use! - Interactive elevation maps for all trout streams - Create and manage YOUR content privately. Create custom markers, create notes, mark favorite streams, even create custom shapes and add picture. With our new 4.7 launch, our platform now includes all lower 48 states with 17 custom map layers providing over 650,000 custom access points. Check back for updates – we are actively adding new features and refining our coverage of the United States!
I have only been using it for about a month but have found it quite useful in excluding trips to small creeks with limited or no public access. On the other hand, it has drawn my attention to a few blue line creeks that had heretofore slipped under my radar. The ability to put private notes at a certain location (such as what worked under what conditions) or drawing lines on maps to mark routes and trails more boldly is a great tool for later trips. A lot of thought has gone into how to make this useful for fisherfolk. Kudos to the creators.
After identifying new streams on my laptop, used TroutRoutes App to guide me to the exact point of entry. No more wandering around.
If you fish for trout, you’re behind the power curve if you’re not using TroutRoutes!
This app is one of my all time favorites to use, it’s so easy to find little hidden fishing spots that people don’t go to. The fact that the fishing regulations are available based on what stream you select is one of the best features about this app in my opinion. You can find small trails, primitive camp sites, and small honey holes. Paying for the entire year is a bit steep, but I’m still rating 5 stars. 👍🏽
So far the app has been very helpful with parking, and access areas. Still having a difficult time, locating drift access, and departure? Not sure if I'm using all the filters correctly? I will most likely need to go on YouTube, in hopes of finding the best approach.
This app is everything I would want in a Trout fishing app, and nothing that gets in the way. Why isn’t Alaska included?
Love this app. Wanted to get back into trout fishing and this app made it extremely easy to find streams near my home and wherever I travel.
I love this app but if the subscription rate goes up any more I will stop using the pro version.
Was disappointed to not see trails to ponds in the Adirondack mountains. If all you do is stream fish might not be bad
I was looking forward to using this app. I did know going that if I wanted to use the full spectrum of this app that I’d have to pay for it. What I did not know is that I would not be able to use it at all without paying for it. I can’t get past the ad where it tells you “all the benefits of Pro”. Why can’t I look through the app to see if I actually want to use it or not before paying?