Red Crab Software
Red Crab Fishing Log 1.5
Red Crab Fishing Log is an easy to use software program that enables you to record your fishing trips on your PC. It's a 'must have' for all anglers! A lot of anglers like to record their fishing trips, and most anglers simple record their catches in a notebook which only makes its appearance when your sitting at the peg. Once you get home, your notebook sits in your bag waiting for the next fishing trip!
Red Crab Fishing Log will not only allow you to keep your records in a digital form on your computer, but will also allow you to bring back those old fishing memories. The program makes it easy to add new records to your collection, and also enables you to browse through existing ones. You can also search for a specific record. Use the links above to explore Red Crab Fishing Log!
- Windows XP (SP3)
- The .NET Framework 3.5 & Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Express
These will be installed by the Red Crab Fishing Log installer if they are not present on your computer.
Add a new record;
Change application settings.
Below these options is the statistics pane. The statistics are updated every time you visit the start page. The statistics include:
Total number of fishing trips;
Total number of catches;
Top ten fish caught;
Fish caught in order of most common catch.
The Browse Records page also allows you to filter and sort the records. You can filter records by:
Within a specified date range.
You can then sort the records by venue name or by date in ascending or descending order.
The top half of the screen allows you to edit the trip information by inputting data such as:
The centre of the screen displays the fish that were caught on that day. You can enter the species name, weight and length of each fish. There is no limit to the number of fish you can add to each record.
The bottom half of the page displays the photos that have been attached to that record. The images are displayed as thumbnails but can be displayed full screen by clicking on View Images. You can add as many images as you like to each record along with a caption describing what the image shows.