New App helps you find water in the desert

iFish Arizona is now available for iPhone and iPad. Featuring detailed info on over 1,000 water bodies across Arizona.

The App Door, developers of several successful outdoor apps, recently launched the latest in their iFish Series; iFish Arizona is now available and lets anglers of all ages and skill levels know When, Where and How to fish a lake in Arizona.

The app's simple interface allows users to easily search for lakes by name or via proximity search. Once a lake is selected, a wide range of information is readily available including; fish species, directions, weather conditions, even a calendar for the best times to fish. Where available, it includes lake maps, local visitor information and nearby photos.

"Our iFish Series of Apps are really the most robust apps for freshwater fishing available," said Randy Chamzuk, President of The App Door. “You can review and mark favorite fishing hotspots, record and share your catch in the fish log and it even has a glove box to store your fishing license or boat insurance."

iFish Arizona is the localized version of the iFish USA app that covers over 120,000 water bodies in America. "We are releasing individual state apps for those who usually fish locally. iFish Texas was released several weeks ago and iFish Arizona is the second in the State series. An iFish app for every state across the country should be available in the next few months," explains Chamzuk.

When asked why iFish Arizona is available before other larger fishing markets? Chamzuk answered; “It’s a personal thing, I love visiting Arizona and I want this app for my next trip down.”

Learn More by visiting http://www.iFishArizona.com or to view the entire iFish series of apps visit http://www.AppsForAnglers.com.

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