Fishing apps Anglr and Fish Rules partner

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Anglr is a fish-tracking app that records a variety of information.

Anglr is a fish-tracking app that records a variety of information.

Anglr, the creator of a fishing app that records trips, catches, waypoints and weather conditions, partnered with Fish Rules, which produces an app that helps anglers understand state and federal regulations.

With Anglr, users capture detailed locations, trends and statistics, and collaborate with other anglers. An optional Bluetooth-enabled Bullseye “button” records catch details and waypoints.

Fish Rules provides recreational saltwater fishing regulations for state and federal waters from Maine to Texas. The app tells which fish are in season, catch limits, size rules and more. The app filters regulations based on a user’s location, or anglers can set the location.

The Fish Rules app provides recreational saltwater regulations for state and federal waters.

The Fish Rules app provides recreational saltwater regulations for state and federal waters.

“Our users are passionate about fishing and are constantly looking for easy access to information that helps them improve,” said Nicholas Wilson, co-founder and CEO of Anglr, in a statement. “With partners like Fish Rules, we’re able to provide fishermen with detailed species patterns and regulations that aren’t readily accessible.”

“We created the Fish Rules app to take the mystery out of complex fishing regulations,” said Rick Blalock, co-founder of Fish Rules. “We are excited to be scaling this material with Anglr as we contribute to the sustainability of our fisheries while helping anglers better understand their sport.”

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