With so many products available that make life easier for ice anglers today, it can be a little daunting to figure out what our best options are for putting more fish on the ice on a consistent basis. One can’t miss product is the Anglr Bullseye Fishing Tracker.
The Anglr Bullseye Fishing Tracker is an inexpensive device which is sold for $29.99 at FishUSA that gives ice anglers the luxury of tracking their fish catches and marking waypoints in one device. With a purchase of the Anglr Bullseye Fishing Tracker there is no need to have a GPS unit and trying to remember how many fish were caught in a specific area. With a simple click you can record your fish, or with two clicks you can record waypoints that you may want to visit on a later occasion. Even better is that this device, which is a little smaller than a quarter in diameter, can be clipped to your hat so you can catch a fish and mark it or a waypoint and then keep on fishing.
Before I even go out on a lake, I get an idea of a spot that I want to explore. Once I get to a lake, I use the Anglr Bullseye Fishing Tracker to first mark bars, points, or transition lines with waypoints. Then, once I have my area relatively schemed for the fishing trip with waypoints, I mark fish as I catch them. Generally, if I am after a certain size fish and catch it on a spot that I have marked with a waypoint, I will also mark that spot with the Tracker so that I know it has good structure and fish potential. This can be a terrific way to identify the size of fish that may be feeding in an area and determine whether or not it is time to relocate.
One other way that I use the Anglr Bullseye Fishing Tracker is to find and mark the classic spot on a spot. For example, if I am out fishing walleye during the day, I might be fishing in a 100 yard by 100 yard grid where every depth marked is 25 feet deep. If I catch one, two, or more fish on a spot that looks the same as every other hole I have drilled in that respective area, it might be an indication that there is some kind of structure on a confined spot that does not show up on electronics. I will mark all fish caught with the Tracker along with waypoints in the case that I have found isolated boulders, trees, or other fish-drawing cover. By taking this approach, I can eliminate search time in future trips and head directly to the area that I have marked with fish and waypoints.
If you want an affordable, easy-to-use piece of fishing equipment that is easy to use and virtually takes up no space whatsoever, you really cannot go wrong with the Anglr Bullseye Fishing Tracker. In a matter of clicks you can mark waypoints and where you caught the fish specifically, which could enhance your opportunities to hit the “Bullseye” again and again on future ice fishing outings.