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Must-Have Apps for Catching Fish in California

Must-Have Apps for Catching Fish in California

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California is a wonderfully diverse state for fishing, but whether it’s your first time or you’re just trying to up your game, there are some resources you should look into that will help you follow the regulations and find the best spots.

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    Fishweather is your #1 most trusted Fishing weather source.

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    • Along the 840 miles down the California coast, you can run into plenty of different weather situations. Prepare for your fishing day with detailed radar up to 3 hours ahead and don't let wind or rain get in the way of your catch of the day.

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    Identify the best fishing spots and cast with confidence using the Fishidy app!

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    • In California, you can fish at river or at sea but transitioning between the two can lower your chances of success. Fishidy covers both freshwater and saltwater domains, and lets you share tips and tricks with fellow anglers on how to catch that prize-winning 4 pounder.

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    Life’s better boating! Spend more time boating, less time booking.

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    • No need to spend 3 hours searching for a rental fishing boat in California, when you can easily find and book the perfect boat with just a few taps. There are 100s of marinas and yacht clubs to choose from so you can select a starting point close to your fishing spot.

Must-Have Apps for Catching Fish in California