Make Your Catch Count

iAngler Tournament allows you to participate in fishing tournaments worldwide. Log your catch using our mobile app, keep track of your score, and share with friends.

Make Your Catch Count

Electronic logging of your catches via the iAngler Tournament System allows you to spend more time on the water, rather than standing in line to report your catches.

Make Your Catch Count

The iAngler Tournament System supports scoring for individual and team tournaments

Make Your Catch Count

The iAngler Tournament System supports all tournament formats, including Inshore, Offshore, and Land

Make Your Catch Count

As your catches are logged and scored, your family and fans can follow your status on iAngler Tournament’s “Live Leaderboard”.

Make Your Catch Count

Within seconds of logging, your catch, the information is available to the tournament director for review and scoring.

Make Your Catch Count

The iAngler Tournament System supports “Catch/Photo/Release”(CPR) fishing tournaments, which helps preserve fish populations.

Make Your Catch Count

Logging your catch only takes 20 to 30 seconds. If you don’t have access to the internet while on the water, your catches are stored and transmitted when connectivity is available.

Make Your Catch Count

Catch scoring can be calculated based on target species families (such as, Bass or Trout) or specific species (such as, Snook, Redfish, or Walleye)

Make Your Catch Count

The iAngler Tournament System keeps track of your catches for all types of fishing techniques, locations, and tournament formats.

Handling Catches Responsibly

Local laws and handling requirements for targeted species should always be observed. At the Torneo de Pecsca Inshore in San Juan, Puerto Rico, tarpon are never removed from the water.

Catch Logging Options

Even in harsh conditions, anglers can log their catches using smartphones, camera memory cards, paper forms, and a growing list of wireless devices.

Global Support

The iAngler Tournament System has been used to score tournaments throughout the United States, Canada, the Caribbean, and South America. (Shown above: Champions of the Torneo de Pesca – Inshore)

Make Your Catch Count

Your iAngler Tournament catch data is also used for marine research and fisheries management to gain a better understanding of our freshwater and saltwater fisheries.

Onsite Services

Our onsite services provide an extra layer of support for your anglers and tournament officials

Tournament Management Services

iAngler Tournament can provide experienced Tournament Directors to lead Captains Meetings and score angler catches for charity and corporate tournaments.

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The iAngler Tournament and Angler Action programs are committed to responsible fisheries management.
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