Press Release

DataSport Release 2014 Best Fishing, Hunting and Bird Watching Apps

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DataSport has released the 2014 versions of The DataSport Fish & Game Forecast and Doug Hannon’s Moon Clock calculator. The company has also released the apps FishCast and HuntCast using activity times from The Forecast and HuntTimes and FishTimes 2014, using peak times from The Moon Clock.

Newly designed for the 2014 hunting, fishing and birding season, both Apple and Android apps boasts three elements: 1) Peak activity periods for an extended season starting December 1, 2013; 2) Weather and Sunrise/Sunset times for any place in the world and 3) A flashlight that lets you find your way to the boat or blind in the dark.

“Everyone knows that the best time to go fishing and hunting is whenever you can get the time,” said John Lehman, DataSport, Inc.’s President, “but very few of us have that luxury. So we count on these great products to help us choose the times that we’re more likely to catch fish or see birds, game or any kind of wildlife.”

Finding the best weeks for your fishing or hunting trip is another way in which The Fish & Game Forecast book and Hannon’s Moon Clock and their respective apps can be of assistance. The theory is that most successful outdoor experiences have been proven to occur during periods of peak activity.

We can predict when these periods of peak activity will occur by understanding the effects of the sun and moon on the earth and how these relational movements affect living things. If you could only hunt or fish one day of the week or month for a short period of time, wouldn’t you want to go during a predicted peak of activity?

DataSport’s website www.moontimes.com is the place to order The Fish & Game Forecaster and Hannon’s Moon Clock for 2014 as well as find links to the App Store and Android marketplace for their apps.

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