As I browsed the the web looking for new applications for GIS and other related topics, I came across a new web application for mapping fish. It really has a pretty good concept to it. You log in and pin point the location of where you catch your fish. You provide various information such as fish species, weight, length, bait, temperature, water depth, etc. All of this information gets stored and can be queried at a later time. The information you enter in can be made either public or private. You also have the ability to make friends and see how their fishing trips are coming along. I really like this concept and I believe it has some potential. The site goes live today, so go check it out.
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