EXPLORE YOUR WATER
Discover Our Story and Our Maps
Watch our video to see the many features of the onWater fishing app. Meet us and feel our passion to enhance your fishing experience.
Preview Popular Rivers
Tour some favorite rivers and explore the enhancements and features that are tailored to fly fishing. Our maps are created for anglers who want to explore waters near and far, popular and unpopular, well-known and lesser-known.
See How It Works
Our online tutorial page and video tutorials give you an inside look of how the app works. Subscribe and you’ll be Exploring Your Water today.
IT’S YOUR WATER... EXPLORE IT
Everything you to need to plan your trip, explore your water and relive your experience. We’re constantly adding rivers and updating info.
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO
Whether you’re planning a fly fishing destination trip, just getting out for a day or exploring water on the app instead of working, all the things you need are right at your fingertips.
DETAILED RIVER MAPS AND REAL TIME DATA
Locate access points, boat ramps, camping, parking, and know the distance between them, so you never miss a take-out or honey hole again. Plus current river flows and weather, everything you need to know is in this app. And you won’t have to fold it up after you glance at it.
PUBLIC AND PRIVATE LAND BOUNDARIES
Stream access laws and public land overlays help you plan where to fish and eliminate the worry that you may be on private property. onWater is for the angler that likes to fish a lot and not make waves.
LOCAL FISHING REPORTS AND FLY SHOPS
Connect with local fly shops that serve the area you’re exploring. Get current fishing reports, hot flies, stream flows, weather and more. It’s your one-touch guide to all the local experts.
TOP LODGES AND ACCOMMODATIONS
Make a weekend out of it and stay close to your newest favorite river. Find accommodations such as top fishing lodges, cabins and campgrounds. Find local services like river shuttles and more. Rest easy knowing you can rest easy.
CATCH AND RELIVE
Snap a quick photo of your catch before releasing it, and add it to your trip log. Uploading the photo also captures the river, flow and weather. Then archive by trip, water, date or other categories. Add trip notes like the fly used, GPS coordinates and how much bigger your fish was compared to your fishing buddy’s.