App helps Missouri anglers “Find MO Fish”

By on April 10, 2015
The Find MO Fish app is available on both Apple and Android devices. (Courtesy Missouri Department of Conservation)

The Missouri Department of Conservation has released a new smartphone app to help fishermen in the state catch more fish. Called “Find MO Fish,” the app connects anglers with information provided by the state, as well as tips from pros.

“It’s a smart phone or mobile device application that’s designed to connect anglers with information they’re looking for while they’re in the field fishing,” said Dave Woods, an official with the Missouri DoC, to KY3.com.

The app shows users where current fishing hot spots are. So those new to fishing don’t have to pick up instincts for finding fishing sweet spots, which usually are found near fish habitats.

“The hot spots are actually showing you habitat structure,” said Woods while demonstrating the app. “So these are rock piles and brush piles and stump fields. It’s just a really convenient way for folks to get on their mobile device and get the information at the touch of their fingers.”

Top image: The Find MO Fish app is available on both Apple and Android devices. (Courtesy Missouri Department of Conservation)

About Daniel Kelly

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *