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.
Still no updates on lake o pines... won’t purchase it again...
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.
It would be good to identify the type of fish to be caught at the referenced wave point. I am not sure if the map references bass or crappie. It simply does not say.
Love the app and appreciate all the work that goes into it to keep it current. One suggestion for iOS, face/fingerprint recognition given that we have to re-auth regularly. The one issue I had was handled very quickly by the support team!
Got a good thing going, great idea to share useful techniques and information with anglers who may not know the areas. Maybe a little more detail, up to date weather reports and future outlooks would help great in my opinion. Also $25/m per lake is going to turn a lot of people away from this app, I know several already myself. If users give feedback and it is well received this could in my opinion be one of the best ideas for fishing new bodies of water.
Good idea. I want to use the lake Conroe one and it is not available and will not let me subscribe to it. Also $20+ a month per lake you subscribe to seems a little steep. Would be a better idea to have it a be a yearly fee for a region like navionics and other chip makers do.