ANGLR’s Huge Spring Update Features New Digital Gear Tracking & Six New Map Layers

The ANGLR Spring update is one of the biggest releases we’ve ever introduced.

This update is focused on three main areas:

  1. A 100% redesigned Gear area and features
  2. Six new Premium Map layers
  3. Two new Bullseye functions

We’re going deep on this one. Let’s dive in!

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Introducing ANGLR Gear

Have you been told you’re obsessive about your tackle? Do you want to log every imaginable detail about the gear you’re using? We get it. We have the same issues… and the new Gear area is built for the nerdiest tackle trackers on the water! Just in time for your spring cleaning and tackle organization!

Tackle is one of the biggest variables of success during your fishing trips. To become a better angler you need to constantly improve your instincts around when to throw what. Gear will help you uncover powerful insights around this critical skill to help you learn and improve in this area.

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ANGLR Gear is the most in-depth, comprehensive, and detailed gear tracking system on the planet. If it’s found between your hands and that next bite, you can track it in Gear. Line, reels, rods, lures, baits, and flies; we’ve got you covered.

Other new highlights:

  • New reports in the insights area of the web app
  • New details in catch screens and trip profiles
  • Change and build tackle during a trip (even without service!)
  • Attach pictures to any piece of gear for even more detailed organization
  • Drop the new “GearChange” waypoint during your trips to indicate Gear swaps

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Building and managing your gear is better than ever, so we had to make it easier than ever to indicate a gear change while recording a trip with the new “GearChange” waypoint.

You can drop this waypoint while recording a trip by tapping the waypoint icon just like our other 15 waypoints in the ANGLR app. Have a Bullseye? Just press and hold the Bullseye button for 1-2 seconds to Automatically log a GearChange during your trip. No need to touch your phone! These waypoints will behave like the other ANGLR waypoints on your trip replay and the trip timeline to help you uncover patterns and trends even more quickly and easily.

New Partnerships Massively Improve Our Tackle Database

This release incorporates new partnerships with three of the biggest online tackle retailers in the fishing industry. These partnerships will make it even easier to build tackle inside the Gear area.

Here’s a little more about how each of these partners will be improving their customers’ experience through this partnership!

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“When you combine innovative technology and our strong e-commerce selling platform at FishUSA.com, big things happen. Our partnership is centered around the customer experience. FishUSA and ANGLR partnered with prolific names within the fishing industry to gain additional insight for what customers want.” – Doug Straub, Senior Director of Merchandising at FishUSA

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“This partnership will assist our customers by providing them unique insights and data on the effectiveness of products and how they are being used. Instead of simply providing the standard product attributes, we can add a layer of catch data to certain items, which in-turn will assist our customers in being more productive on the water.” – Patrick Gill, CEO at TackleDirect

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Our customers will now be able to log their baits from Catch Co. brands in the ANGLR app – and hopefully other ANGLR users will discover Catch Co. brands for the first time, too! Our customers can now track their success on each of our baits with the ANGLR app giving them better insight into the performance of our baits in their tackle box.” – Natalie Robinson, Strategic Manager at CatchCo

Let’s Take a Quick Tour of Gear…

We’ll start at the top, and by that we mean the top gear being used on ANGLR that greets you when you jump into the new Gear section.

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The “Popular Gear” feature is a stream of the most used and tracked Gear that the ANGLR community is using in the app. You’ll be able to quickly click “add to my gear” to add to your gear section. You can also select “shop now” to learn more or buy this bait from one of our retail partners.

At the top of your screen, you’ll find the main “My Gear” menu. Tap this to pull up the two main Gear sub-categories; Tackle and Rod Combos. These two tabs are where all of your meticulously digitally organized tackle and rod combos will live after you add them to your Gear in the app.

To build new tackle or add new rod and reel combos, just click the plus button in the top right corner. This will reveal a menu where you can tap to begin building:

  • Lures
  • Baits
  • Flies
  • Rod/Reel Combos

Start building a lure and you’ll be able to add a photo, select a category; bladebait, buzzbait, crankbait, jerkbait, jig, rip bait, soft bait, spinnerbait, spoon, spybait, swimbait, tailspin, topwater bait, umbrella rig, or underspin. Then, select a type which is tailored to the category you selected. Enter or select a brand. You can add model, brand color, primary color, secondary color, size, and notes.

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Build a bait and you’ll be able to add a photo, select a category; artificial, natural or saltwater. Then select a type that is tailored to the category you selected. You can also add length and other notes.

Build and track the flies you’re fishing with by adding a photo, enter a custom name, select a category; dry, egg, emerger, nymph, streamer, terrestrial, or wet. Add a hook size. Add any notes you’d like as well.

To begin building rod combos tap the plus sign again and select rod combos. You’ll be able to add a photo at the top. Then, enter a name for this combo. From there you’ll select the rod by category, brand, model, action/power, length, and notes. Then you’ll select a reel by type, brand, model, model #, gear ratio, and other notes. And finally, you’ll select a line for the combo by type, brand, model, color, and line test (lb). You can also add any notes you’ll like about the combo.

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All the tackle and rod combos you add to your Gear in the app can be quickly selected when you start a trip or when you drop a “GearChange” waypoint in the app or using the ANGLR Bullseye fishing tracker.

Make sure you have the whole picture of why you caught a fish and how to do it better next time by tracking your Gear!

Six New Premium Maps and Layers

The Spring release introduces six more layers of fishing intelligence in premium maps. This means there are now 14 total layers available!

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Premium maps are additional maps and overlays that you can toggle on and off while in FishMode. These additional layers of intelligence can be used while you’re planning a trip, while recording a trip, or after a trip has been recorded to review your bodies of water and waypoints to add more depth and meaning.

Finally, one fishing app that lets you do it all.

Have you ever wished for an app that could help you consolidate all of your fishing apps and websites you use to review contour, weather, wind, tide, streamflow, and other maps into one?

The new ANGLR Premium Maps finally makes this possible. It’s time to delete that packed fishing apps folder on your device and replace it with the all-in-one ANGLR app featuring Premium Maps. All of this data like; Doppler, METAR, wind, depth, contour, tide, streamflow, satellite, nautical charts, and more have never been centralized into one app before. Add this to the ANGLR logbook features and you have everything you need to plan, record, and improve your fishing in one place.

Three ways to leverage Premium Maps to help you reach your fishing goals.

  1. Planning with Premium Maps

Toggle on and off these premium map layers to bring a whole new level of depth and meaning to your waypoints. Use the contour layer to uncover a shelf pattern around your recent trip and where all your catch locations were. See how depth impact your success and much more. Premium Map layers help you plan your trips more effectively by giving your critical real-time and forecasted data around the conditions and variables that matter to you when planning a trip.

  1. On the Water with Premium Maps

While you’re on the water these additional layers of intelligence will prove to be a valuable tool set at your disposal. See some clouds moving in? Toggle on that live Doppler weather layer to checkout the system. Wind picking up? See what the wind forecast layer says to see if you need to worry. Toggle on contour while your recording a trip to see if your catch locations are showing a pattern related to depth, shelving, or other subsurface patterns.

  1. Reviewing Waypoints with Premium Maps

Toggle on waypoints and catch locations from previous trips while in FishMode view and try layering some of the premium maps and layers of these. You’ll have a whole new perspective of these spots with every layer you try. These maps and layers provide a whole new way to provide context and meaning to these waypoints and catch locations.

Here’s a quick look at the new map layers introduce in this release. The  best way to learn more about all the layers is by starting a free trial here.   

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  1. USGS Paper Contours  

    1. Digitized images of United States Geological Survey (USGS) paper topographic & contour maps.
  2. In-Shore 3D Depths
    1. 3D In-Shore Estuarine Digital Mapping from the National Ocean Service
  3. 7-Day Streamflow
    1. Hydrologic model that predicts the flow in every river over the continental United States from the National Weather Service
  4. USGS Gages
    1. Live Stream Gauges contain real-time measurements and forecasted water depth from multiple reporting agencies recording at sensors across the Continental United States
  5. 72 Hour Wind Forecast
    1. 72 Hour Forecast plays on repeat over your map.  
    2. This map displays the forecasted wind speeds over the next 72 hours across the Continental United States.
  6. NOAA Tide Stations
    1. The NOAA Tide Predictions layer provides distinct categories of wave and tide predictions from stations across the east coast.

Brand New Bullseye Functions

Bullseye is ANGLR’s optional tracking accessory that pairs with the ANGLR logbook app. While paired with ANGLR, pressing the button once will mark a catch and twice will drop an editable Bullseye waypoint.

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Two New Bullseye Functions:

  • When you press once to mark your catches the Bullseye will also automatically pull up your camera so it’s even easier to snap that #LipItLogIt photo for every catch. Less tapping on phones, more catching.  
  • Press and hold the button for three seconds and this will drop the new “GearChange” waypoint. This will help you track when you swapped gear. You can edit this immediately during the trip or after your trip when you get home.

Get the update today and try out these new features for yourself!


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Derek Horner

ABOUT Derek

I am an avid bass fisherman and part of the ANGLR marketing team. I recently graduated from the Pennsylvania State University after being the team captain of the PSU Bass Fishing team for four years. I fish in tournaments nearly every weekend of the fishing season. I love to fish and have devoted my life to constant improvement with big goals to accomplish. I hope to help others improve and increase their knowledge along the way!

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4 replies
    • Derek Horner
      Derek Horner says:

      Hey Brian,

      Certain mapping features will work in Canada, but not all of them. We are working on expanding outside of the U.S. in the future, but we aren’t quite there yet. We appreciate your patience as we continue to grow!

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