1.0.9 / November 15, 2014
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The Angler's Almanac has been Australia’s best-selling book ofpredicted best fishing times for more than 20 years. Thepredictions have resulted from research through the knowledgeaccumulated by many fishing cultures from around the world overthousands of years, and mostly forgotten in today’s world of hightechnology. It includes aspects of solunar (solar and lunar) theoryand the Maori Calendar.

Users’ responses have been positive to the point where the bookhas gained the nickname of the “Yellow Bible” in some parts ofAustralia, with many anglers planning their annual fishing tripsand competitions around the predictions. Some anglers who havetaken the trouble to apply the explanation of the theory to theirown areas have described the results as “uncanny”.

The book makes no secret of how the predictions are obtained –to an extent – and copycats have resulted, but the Angler’s Almanachas kept its strong band of loyal followers.

This app extends the Angler’s Almanac's predictions to a globallevel, to be used anywhere in the world in fresh or saltwater. Italso incorporates an incredible wealth of research and generationalknowledge that ranges from basics such as most-suitable knots andrigs, how to cast a bait net, to using improvised tools to free abogged four-wheel-drive vehicle.

The tables are easy to read, with predictions for every day of a14-month calendar (November 2014 to December 2015). The tables areset out on the basis of Moon Above (in the sky above the observer)and Moon Below (on the opposite side of the Earth below theobserver). The tables rate the days of the month as well as thetimes of the day. Astute anglers will realise that these must beapplied to the characteristics of their own region, and that themonths of the year also will factor in. As with the ancients, theAngler’s Almanac does not reveal everything.

Times shown in the Moon Above columns are predicted approximatestarting times of major periods of fish feeding activity for thatday. These periods will begin soon after the predicted times andcan last for more than an hour. Minor times are usually of muchshorter duration (often less than 30 minutes) but the feedingactivity in these periods can be more pronounced with a greatercatch rate.

The Angler's Almanac 2015 comprises 22 specialised sections withmore than 220 interactive features, including:

- Tides and weather links
- Interactive fish guide that provides pan and zoom high resolutionspecimen photos, as well as pop-up information on habitats andhow-to-catch
- How to catch and release
- Regulations and rules links
- Knot guide: simple step-by-step interactive diagrams
- Fishing rigs: pop-up diagrams and explanations of rigs mostsuitable for fish and conditions
- 4WD tips, including beach driving tips; understanding 4WD;engines; wheels and tyres; spares and accessories; how to get outof bogged situations; creek crossings; and more
- Interactive guide to net casting
- Interactive guide to surf casting
- Fast guide to crabbing
- Extensive explanations of: background; the Moon, tides, Sun andstars; the Moon and the fisherman; the Moon and fish feedingpatterns; fish feeding activity (major and minor); how to get thebest results from this app; wind, weather and currents; the effectof Moon on tides
- 2016 Moon phases.

* Note: The Angler's Almanac 2015 is designed to be usedprimarily on smartphones.

App Information Angler's Almanac 2015

  • App Name
    Angler's Almanac 2015
  • Package Name
    com.pacificpublishing.anglersalmanac2015
  • Updated
    November 15, 2014
  • File Size
    3.4M
  • Requires Android
    Android 4.0.3 and up
  • Version
    1.0.9
  • Developer
    Pacific Publishing
  • Installs
    5,000 - 10,000
  • Price
    Free
  • Category
    Lifestyle
  • Developer
    Visit website Email admin@pacificpublishing.com.au
    PO Box 284 West Burleigh Queensland Australia 4219
  • Google Play Link

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Angler's Almanac 2015 1.0.9 APK
The Angler's Almanac has been Australia’s best-selling book ofpredicted best fishing times for more than 20 years. Thepredictions have resulted from research through the knowledgeaccumulated by many fishing cultures from around the world overthousands of years, and mostly forgotten in today’s world of hightechnology. It includes aspects of solunar (solar and lunar) theoryand the Maori Calendar.Users’ responses have been positive to the point where the bookhas gained the nickname of the “Yellow Bible” in some parts ofAustralia, with many anglers planning their annual fishing tripsand competitions around the predictions. Some anglers who havetaken the trouble to apply the explanation of the theory to theirown areas have described the results as “uncanny”.The book makes no secret of how the predictions are obtained –to an extent – and copycats have resulted, but the Angler’s Almanachas kept its strong band of loyal followers.This app extends the Angler’s Almanac's predictions to a globallevel, to be used anywhere in the world in fresh or saltwater. Italso incorporates an incredible wealth of research and generationalknowledge that ranges from basics such as most-suitable knots andrigs, how to cast a bait net, to using improvised tools to free abogged four-wheel-drive vehicle.The tables are easy to read, with predictions for every day of a14-month calendar (November 2014 to December 2015). The tables areset out on the basis of Moon Above (in the sky above the observer)and Moon Below (on the opposite side of the Earth below theobserver). The tables rate the days of the month as well as thetimes of the day. Astute anglers will realise that these must beapplied to the characteristics of their own region, and that themonths of the year also will factor in. As with the ancients, theAngler’s Almanac does not reveal everything.Times shown in the Moon Above columns are predicted approximatestarting times of major periods of fish feeding activity for thatday. These periods will begin soon after the predicted times andcan last for more than an hour. Minor times are usually of muchshorter duration (often less than 30 minutes) but the feedingactivity in these periods can be more pronounced with a greatercatch rate.The Angler's Almanac 2015 comprises 22 specialised sections withmore than 220 interactive features, including:- Tides and weather links- Interactive fish guide that provides pan and zoom high resolutionspecimen photos, as well as pop-up information on habitats andhow-to-catch- How to catch and release- Regulations and rules links- Knot guide: simple step-by-step interactive diagrams- Fishing rigs: pop-up diagrams and explanations of rigs mostsuitable for fish and conditions- 4WD tips, including beach driving tips; understanding 4WD;engines; wheels and tyres; spares and accessories; how to get outof bogged situations; creek crossings; and more- Interactive guide to net casting- Interactive guide to surf casting- Fast guide to crabbing- Extensive explanations of: background; the Moon, tides, Sun andstars; the Moon and the fisherman; the Moon and fish feedingpatterns; fish feeding activity (major and minor); how to get thebest results from this app; wind, weather and currents; the effectof Moon on tides- 2016 Moon phases.* Note: The Angler's Almanac 2015 is designed to be usedprimarily on smartphones.
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