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Social Networks for Fishermen/women
Social Networks for Fishermen/women
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As technology evolved and social media has become a big part of our lives, numerous fishermen have started to use social networking websites as a way to keep in touch with each other. 

Are fishers against social media?

One of the greatest myths about fishers is that they hate social media platforms. However, this could not be further from the truth. Anglers have a sense of community that is very powerful. It comes as no surprise that they started using social media sites to keep in touch with each other and to brag about their biggest catches. 

Fishbrain is not the only site where anglers go whenever they want to find like-minded people who share the same love for angling. There are, in fact, numerous other sites where lovers of the sport can go to share tricks about fishing, stories and to connect with fellow anglers. 

Fishidy

Fishidy is an innovative social networking website specially created for anglers. The main characteristic that makes it stand out is the fact that it is map-based. Anglers who join can access maps of over 20,000 waterways in the United States, from freshwater lakes to saltwater locations and streams. 

Members can also mark their catches and the hot-spots that they prefer so that other fishers can also try them out. The available info is quite detailed as it includes specifics about current weather conditions, fishing reports, data about the species you can catch in a particular body of water and fishing tips

Apart from being a way to share locations, Fishidy also functions as a social network. Those who sign in can connect with people who have the same interests and they can make new friends or simply follow those anglers who they love. Fishidy allows users to upload photographs and to share stories about their catches.

There is also an option to purchase a premium membership. If you decide to do so, you have access to more info about fishing spots such as vegetation information and you can browse through what the developers call fishing hot spots.

One drawback that some anglers have noted is that Fishidy does not work with other social media platforms like Facebook. Therefore, you won’t be able to share photos simultaneously.

FishAngler

FishAngler is another app that is both a social networking site and an app specially created for anglers. When you open it, you get a feed similar to that you get on Facebook. You can browse through pictures shared by fellow anglers and you can open the profile of users to learn more about them. Each post has options such as thumbs up, share and comment.

This app also features maps of known fishing locations and it can provide you with real-time weather forecasts. The maps include details such as common fish species and catch info. This way, you can easily plan your fishing trips without having to open up multiple tabs to check for info about the weather and reviews of various locations. 

As a member, you can also log and track your catches. The logs you make will include info such as the weather conditions, the moon phases and the water temp at the time of the catch. You can revisit your catch history whenever you want. If you want to, you can share or keep your catches private.

The app also enables users to filter their feeds to only see posts that are of importance to them. For instance, you can opt to see posts about the fishing spots near you and the catches of the anglers in your region. 

Also, you can create fishing groups and communities where you can add your fishing buddies. Each member also gets a personalized tackle box where one can add the baits and lures or the type of gutting knife that he/she likes to use. 

Other similar sites that you might want to check out as an angler are US Fish Finder, GetReeled.com, and Archer & Angler. Each of these sites come with different features that you might like. However, at the end of the day, all these platforms share the same thing, the ability of their members to communicate with each other and to share stories and memories.

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Adam Torkildson
Adam Torkildson is the owner of Tork Media, the parent company of Social Media Explorer. He really loves comedy and satire, and the written word in general.

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