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If you are an angler, you might have different needs than someone out for a leisurely day on the water. Never fear. We will guide you through the process.
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Strava tracks your distance well and can track your time on the water. Strava also helps you know the pace at which you are moving and helps you increase and maintain the same pace as you paddle. It also can record your training summaries in full.
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If you’re a paddler, you know the importance of having a reliable app to help you track your progress. Paddle Logger is the perfect app for anyone who wants to improve their performance on the water.
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Go paddling is a free app that works for both IOS and Android. There are many kayaking locations, and this app features thousands of paddling spots in the US. Go Paddling gives you detailed information about each spot.
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Polaris GPS is, at the moment, available for Android, but the good thing is that it’s a free download. The app helps track your route and is also instrumental in planning. This app uses the GPS signal on your device, and most of its features are usable offline.
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RiverApp is an excellent kayaking app that updates you with the latest water levels. The app also gives you map views of different routes, the navigability of those routes, water temperature, and more.
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