I’ve been subscribed for 3 weeks on Rayburn, it’s been updated once and the locations are very generic, so are the suggestions for what lures you use. Almost 75% say the same thing, use electronics to find fish then use shakey head, c-rig, drop shot. Scanned several areas on the areas suggested and found NOTHING! WAY overpriced for what is given. Actual gps waypoints would be a plus, some areas of the lake don’t have cell service rendering this app useless if you try to load it on the water to go to the suggested areas.
It’s supposed too be weekly updates?? It’s been a month or longer for pines.. love everything about it accept not updating.. Just got charged again and still no updates.. Spawn is over!
Won’t let me make a password
Very generic info for the price. If you’re going to charge 26$ a month it needs to include weigh points, info on when the spots where created, water temperature at the time, weather conditions. Etc. every spot has the same thing. Carolina rig and jerk bait.
I downloaded the app thinking that I’d check it out. Clicked on Sam Rayburn and then they showed the price! LOL, no way that I’d pay $26 per month for this. Nice concept, but priced over 500% what it would be worth.
Really good, yes it is pricey “at least for the lake fork info “but some likes that only have 5-15 spots are $6.99 (5 spots and 15 is like 20 bucks, the spots really are great
Concept is great but $26 per month per lake? That’s just too much money for shared information of unknown quality.
Doesn’t let me do a username
$26/month PER LAKE?!?!?!?! That’s about as much as boat payment if you buy all the lakes!!!!
I came out to Lake Fork and downloaded the app. Within an hour I had a 4 pound bass in the boat. I caught nice bass on all of the spots on the app that I fished. If you’re on the fence about getting the app it’s well worth the money. Don’t waste your time driving around the lake not catching bass. Get the app.