Fish don’t bite because they’re hungry, they strike because their instincts tell them to. And their instincts fire when changes to their environmental conditions trigger them. What we call Biometrics is the scientific observation and understanding of the environmental conditions and changes that influence behavior.
A behind the scenes algorithm continuously monitors more than twenty factors across many different influence buckets. The reach of the algorithm can detect over 300,000 unique fishing scenarios. The app uses your current location or any lake you specify to connect to one of over 800 NOAA weather stations to insure real-time predictions for a single person at a single moment at their location.
Biometrics are one of the most exciting innovations in the realm of Musky fishing in years. True game changer.
We finally have the technology available to capture and predict musky activity and mood. Right in your pocket!
On a cold November day in Northern Wisconsin, the Biometrics were red hot for about an hour and the fish went crazy. Then, just as fast as it started, it was over. Winter set in early in Wisconsin in 2019, so many of the small lakes were completely iced over, and of the big deep lakes still open, most of their landings were iced in. So my friend Bob and I needed a lake that was deep, and had a landing that was not in a bay. We went to a lake we had only fished once, ten years earlier. We were on the water by 10:00 am, found some potential Cisco spawning areas, and began beating the water with pounders, large minnow baits, and a couple soaking suckers. We had absolutely no action… until the biometrics lined up. Everything came together right when the trend line said it would and we had a day for the ages.