Helping You Engage in Outdoor Activities Through Fishing Technology
FISHBUOY is all about helping people of all ages make the most of their outdoor fishing adventures. We understand that fishing demands time and money - and not everyone has both!
That's why we developed FISHBUOY. The world's first software platform that combines real-time water, weather, fish biology and fish catch data into a single, powerful mapping and visual environment. What makes FISHBUOY unique is that it includes FISHBUOY Mobile to help you capture your fish catches and build your own digital fishing diary that you can keep private, or share with your fishing buddies.
With FISHBUOY, you can now better plan your fishing trips better using actual real-time and historical data to drive your decisions!
We Focus on Physical and Biological Sciences!
Our core focus is providing relevant and timely information to help fishermen make better decisions. We do this by helping fishermen gain a better understanding on how fish think. From learning about environmental conditions that influence fish feeding behaviour, to finding the best places to fish based on physical and biological conditions, FISHBUOY provides the in-field and at-home technology to help you catch more fish.
At home, FISHBUOY TripPlanner helps you find the best places using our proprietary fishing forecast algorithm called the Fishing Success Index (FSI). FSI pulls millions of fish location records provided by fisheries agencies from across North America, and identifies the places mostly likely to have active fish. Simply select your fish species and hit FIND FISH to locate places on a map where you have the highest probability of catching a fish.
In the field, FISHBUOY Mobile helps you capture a photo of your fish and so much more. With each photo you take, FISHBUOY automatically captures real-time water, weather, location, species and fish catch information and stores it to your account. After a few trips, you will begin to learn what makes fish bite and where to go!
We've built the technology, isn't time you started catching more fish?