Every angler, regardless of skill level, can use a few more resources in their fishing database. These are a few fishing resources that should prove most valuable. If you have a suggestion of a resource you would like to share with other anglers, drop us a line!
Fishidy has a large selection of aerial maps of lake across the U.S. with depth information, launch sites and local information. Their website is also mobile friendly and there are Android and iPhone apps available. You do need to register; however, the resources you get with their free registration are valuable. There is a premium version the site will suggest you join from time to time, but the features of the free version have proven to be sufficient.
This is a great, very straight forward, lake mapping system. It has a comprehensive database of lakes, depths and features such as launch sites, lighthouses, topographical information, etc. Navigation through the system is simple with a user friendly interface. The website is also mobile friendly for use on the lake.
This is a trusted website that provides information specific to anglers such as sun rise and set, moon phases, wind, and barometric pressure. You can search by specific lake or area and there is a mobile app available.
Fish Weather is a basic constructed website that does one thing; provide detailed weather information. This site provides very specific data that allows anglers to see specific wind conditions, long term weather patterns and charted weather data charted multiple times a day. Because of how comprehensive the information provided is, anglers can analyze the effects on fishing. There is also an Android and iPhone app available.