Upon free download, users may purchase and download licenses and permits directly from their smartphone, determine sunrise and sunset time based on GPS location, access NOAA seas and weather information, and more! The Florida FCC has been a national agency leader in providing customers and visitors with the most robust technologies and systems to increase awareness and conservation amongst the natural resources community, opening up channels to customers to promote Florida outdoors and preserve the sport of fishing and hunting. Updates for Offline Harvest Reporting.
This application DOES NOT require internet access so you can use it on your boat even when service is not available. Beautiful illustrations by renown illustrator Duane Raver, Jr. make it easy to identify that fish you just caught.
This app has everything you need to know to get you up to speed on fish identifying and regulations that apply. Went first time confident I was doing everything right in the tangled up mess otherwise known as fishing regulations.
Please check the perfect 5-star rating score. There is a reason for that. It doesn’t need to be redesigned. Please finish your redesign project by leaving it alone. I wrote a review about problems with the app and one of the developers sent me a message about a server issue.
The latest FCC regs, so I know for sure what fish I can keep without risking any fines. The developer, Verona Solutions, LLC, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.
The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Crisp illustrations and great photos help you identify your catch. Swipe an image to see identification clues and additional photos. Fish Rules App is NOT a lame PDF reader.
Features Regulations are continuously updated throughout the year by Fish Rules staff and NOAA. • App is able to run entirely on your device.• Location Filter: Use your phone's built in GPS or manually select your fishing spot to identify which regulations apply.
We're proud to announce FCC is our first sponsored agency.---This update fixes a few location issues and adjusts how images are handled This app does not let you lock in a location so each time I go fishing and open the app it wants to put me back in state waters and I have to open the settings and zoom out and set my location to federal waters and then go back and look at regulations.
Please give an option to lock your location and not be asked or have to set it manually each time. And it won’t work when out of cell phone range offshore to use the GPS option so that’s out too.
Prior to the update, I could set the map on my normal home area, Panama City Beach and the app would always open to that location and load species and rules for that region. After update, it automatically sets my location to Ga State Waters because that is where I live.
I have to reset the map and when I go into a fish and look at regulations, it defaults back to Ga State waters (my home location) This has almost rendered the app more frustrating than useful now. Now it is just a frustration having to reset the map location after each regulation view.
Since I fish and dive 95% of time in PCB, I’d like for it to stay there rather than reverting to Ga State waters where I permanently live. Also, since it's a fishing rules app, i don't understand the need for things to have to scroll through like manatees, coral, whales, sea turtles.
I'm pretty sure no one needs to look up if they can keep that humpback whale they foul hooked :-/. It seems like a waste of space as there is already tons of species of fish here in Florida to have to identify, why clutter it more with unnecessary pointless info to have to navigate through..... I've seem the creator on DMD (that's how I found it) he seems like a logical guy.
The developer, Fish Rules, LLC., has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.
Fish Rules App includes saltwater fishing regulations for Federal and State waters from Maine to Texas to Hawaii, and now includes freshwater for Florida. Contact your local wildlife agency to partner with Fish Rules.
Fish Rules App uses your phone's GPS and calendar to show only the regulations you need. Manually select your fishing location to see relevant regulations.
Crisp illustrations and great photos help you identify your catch. With this simple application, find an experience that is perfect for you with searches based on desired activity and location.
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