BrokenLure 1.0
Florida
Saltwater Edition


Available in the Android Market

Mobile Development Showcase


BrokenLure is a recreational fishing guide.
Use it as a pocket reference to answer questions like the following;
• What kind of fish is this?
• How big do these fish get?
• How much does this fish weight?
• What regulations govern this fish?
• How do I measure this fish?
• Is this fish a protected species?
• What is the current Florida record for that fish?

The application includes the following sections;

Home Screen



Fish identification
Over 100 fish common to Florida waters are pictured with full color
illustrations by Artist and Scientific Illustrator Diane Rome Peebles
and Artist and Illustrator Linda Rubietta.

Fish
Navigate from species list to fish detail easily with out needing to search.
The detail screen displays an illustrated image of the fish and a description including habitat and food value.
The "Family" list item displays a group image of all the fish in that species.




Sharks
Sharks common to the Gulf of Mexico




Knots

A small but useful selection of illustrated fishing knots.



Regulations and Saltwater Bag Limits
• The Bag Limit document is updated over the internet and stored locally on your device.
Once updated you will not need an internet connection to view the file.
• Regulations are stored locally on your device.
• Bag Limits can be scrolled both vertically and horizontally to view the entire document.
• Fishing License Information
• Protected Species
• Reef Fish Gear Rules
• Spearfishing Regulations




FishyScale
A popup fish weight calculator.
Select the fish species or body type from the vertical slider.
Use the horizontal sliders to dial in the length and girth measurements.
Measure girths up to 100 inches and lengths up to 200 inches.
The scale will display the approximate weight of your fish.




Measurement Instructions
A popup guide to fish measurement.



Locations
A popup page with common fishing trip destinations predefined.
Enter your default location, city, state and zip.
Click a sign on the signpost and you will be taken to the Google Maps application
and pins will be dropped relative to your default location.