Fish Washington

Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife uses this app to make fishing regulations easier to understand.

Fish Washington App Screenshot
Fish Washington App Screenshot
Fish Washington App Screenshot

Key features

Work offline

Map data and the latest fishing regulations are downloaded to the device for offline use, very convenient when fishing in areas where there is no phone signal coverage.

Display your location

Displays the location of the user's device on the map.

Search for water bodies and great fishing spots

Users can search for lakes, rivers, fishing spots, boat launches, and other geographic places.

Choose your basemaps

Choose from 7 different basemaps hosted on ArcGIS Online.

App details

Washington State offers anglers some of the most diverse fishing opportunities available anywhere in the world. In a single weekend, you can dig for clams, troll for salmon, drop a pot for Dungeness crab, fly fish for steelhead, trout or bass, jig for halibut or rockfish, and bait fish for catfish, tuna, lingcod or sturgeon. Maintaining this variety of fishing opportunities necessitates correspondingly diverse and sometimes complex fishing regulations. To make these regulations easier to understand, Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife used the ArcGIS Maps SDKs for Swift and Kotlin to develop the Fish Washington mobile app.

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