The digital fishing software log book has come of age. A few simple notes or a photo in a fishing log can vividly bring back that special memory of an outstanding catch, and when you landed that fish of your dreams. A basic Fishing Journal or Log book is easy to keep and allows you to keep track of on going records, catch data and the conditions and tackle you used to be successful will be on hand to look back on for years to come. In recent years enthusiast and pro anglers alike have found favor with the more modern highly detail log books and diligently record lots of trip information to reference and interrogate the most successful swims and to see if they can improve on there catch ratio on there return. The problem is, deciphering all this information can be time consuming and confusing. With information spread over several months or even years this can be almost impossible to make an informed judgment as to what course of action to take the next time you set out to the water. What the modern angler of today needs is a quick and simple way to harness the power of all this information in simple, elegant manner and be able to filter this information with the click of a button to show what's working and what's not.
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