From America’s Number One Fishfinder, Lowrance FishHunter is your perfect fishing companion and the key to unlocking your best day out on the water.
Map Your Favourite Fishing Spots
With FishHunter, you can now make a record of all your favourite fishing spots and catch sites with our Maps feature. Simply place pins on the map and add any important information to be able to share with other anglers or find the location again yourself in seconds.
Never Forget a Catch
Remember every catch in your personal FishHunter logbook. Record species, weight, length, bait and even add photos to each catch log. Never forget a battle with a fish again, nor the spot where it was caught.
Your Sun and Stars
Use FishHunter to prepare for your next fishing trip. Get access to fish databases as well as weather and moon forecasts and make the most of your time out on the water.
Prove it really was ‘THIS BIG!’
Share your catch log and photos instantly on Facebook, Twitter or email via FishHunter and back up your fishing stories to friends and family! Follow other FishHunters through the app and share as much (or as little!) information as you like.
**AND TO GET THE MOST OUT OF THE FISHHUNTER APP, USE ALONGSIDE FISHHUNTER PRO OR FISHHUNTER 3D TO GET SONAR VIEWS ON YOUR SMARTPHONE!
To find out more and purchase, visit www.lowrance.com/fishhunter
Sonar technology the size of a tennis ball
Just because you don’t have a boat, doesn’t mean you can’t fish like the pros. FishHunter is pocket-sized technology that floats on the surface of the water and sends Sonar view via the FishHunter app. It tracks bottom depth, water temperature, fish location and lures to help you find and catch more fish. Even if you have conventional sonar technology, FishHunter gives you access to shallow and vegetative areas you could not reach by boat.
This version has legal requirements updated for some countries.
Ratings and Reviews
Seems like an okay app
*I’m using this app teamed up with the Fish Hunter 3D on a iPhone XS Max*
The app seems alright all and all, but I’ve come across a few things which I’m sure others have probably previously pointed out as well. The first one is, if you have ‘Dark Mode’ enabled on your phone, you can’t see text in certain parts of the app. You have to switch back to the regular setting, in order to see information...that’s kind of annoying. The second thing, it doesn’t fill/fit the screen properly. These larger screened iPhones and other devices have been out for years not. Not sure why the dimensions/resolution hasn’t been adjusted to any fit each screen individually. Otherwise, it’s a pretty handy app.
Developer Response ,
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Captain Joe Smith Fin Factor Charters
I received the unit and it came very well packaged. Everything was included including the charger hand strap lanyard and bag.
I charged it up as a suggested added the app to my iPhone 8 and in no time got a chance to test it in my pond on my property. I was very interested to see what the depth was since we had it dug and I know that there was some cave in the unit surprisingly gave me a very nice 3-D picture of what I had and the sonar showed me detail of all the different fish that I know that I have stocked in the pond I was very impressed with the unit. you can throw out into any pond or lake that you didn’t know much about and get a picture perfect image of the fish that maybe dwelling in it as well as structure. Living in Florida I don’t have a chance to ice fish any longer but I have done a lot of that in the past and I truly believe this will be a great addition to any ice fishermen choosing to use it this coming winter. Still experimenting with really enjoying it well worth the money
Sonar is fine but the app is awful
No complaints against the actual fish hunter 3D, my gripe is with the app. It never fails to freeze when trying to add a pin on location. Actually the one time it didn’t freeze after trying 3 times, the process felt so cumbersome that it made me forget all about it. It’s not like you can easily view those pins while using your sonar anyways. Making a bathymetric map is cool, but only if you can remember which map you did. There’s no way to name them. What’s the point of maps without names? The most frustrating part though is that the app doesn’t let you view just plain and simple full screen raw sonar data. You have to share half a screen with other information that in most cases is worthless. Yes, the instruction manual for the fish hunter show a button on the top pull down menu when in 3D fishing to view full screen raw. That’s no where to be found on this version of the app. Fix that and I’d bump it up a few stars. Fix all the problems listed and the app would be solid.
Developer Response ,
Hi, thanks for your feedback. This is a great idea and something we will share with our product development team for future updates.
but we ask you to conntact us on the following email firstname.lastname@example.org
so we can look into the you have with the app freezing.
Tight Lines, Team FishHunter
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- Navico Auckland Limited
- 130.9 MB
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 8.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
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- Age Rating
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.