TroutRoutes™, the leading mapping platform for trout fishing, is proud to announce the 4.2 release of its mapping platform, now available on iOS, Android and Desktop. This release expands the supported states to include the Southeast, including Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia. The expanded region includes over 6,000 new trout streams, each with detailed public access maps to help anglers find and explore new waters. In addition to the new states, 4.2 also includes a newly enhanced public lands layer with over 15 different types of public land access across all 23 states, as well as new access layers such as Trailheads and other access points.
TroutRoutes has currently mapped out over 24,000 trout streams across 23 different states, allowing users to discover more water and gain valuable insight with current stream conditions, public land and easements, elevation charts, and more. With the ability to add detailed stream markers, favorite streams, and notes and images, anglers are able to keep track of their trip and have the information readily available next time they set out to cast. TroutRoutes also offers offline maps allowing anglers to find their way even in areas of limited to no cell service. The app is available on both iOS and Android smartphones as well as Desktop computers.
For more information on TroutRoutes, visit www.troutinsights.com.