Create and run fishing tournaments on a mobile phone: Multi-species!
Many formats. Grand Slam, Largest, Stringers, Mixed Bag, Traditional tournaments, Virtual, Catch-n-Release and you can sort scores by weight or length. FishDonkey is the Future of Tournament FishingTM.
Conservation is an important aspect of tournament fishing. Not only do we enable our users to run fun and exciting fishing tournaments, but we also help conserve the fishery on your local lake.
This app also enables you to maintain social distancing while running a tournament!
The app includes:
● Online payment, online registration.
● Live leaderboards with exciting updates all day long.
● Anti-cheating technologyTM.
● Digital Livewell®.
● Boat Check-ins and Livewell Checks.
● Cheating/fraud prevention tools.
● Date and time stamped photos and videos.
● Flexible tournament creation allows you to customize your tournament.
Best at Tournament Creation
The FishDonkey app has built in options to help you create and run an automated tournament just the way you want. Create a variety of tournament options such as biggest fish, largest stringer of fish, grand slam, multispecies tournaments, wildcard, or custom names. You can be very creative with your own category with contests such as most spots on a fish, prettiest picture, smallest fish, strangest catch, etc. You can run a tournament anywhere. Specify any length of time, an hour, a month… easily define and manage the start and end dates. Track daily or weekly winners.
Works without an internet connection.
Prevents cheating in catch and release tournaments.
Send any participant (or all) messages by email, text, or phone call from the app.
Enter your sponsors, prizes, rules, logos and welcome message.
Define multiple divisions for children, kayak, boat fishing, angler, co-angler, etc.
Local fishing leagues
High School Tournament Trail
Team practice sessions
Ice fishing tournaments, boat tournaments, shore tournaments, team tournaments Multi-species tournaments
Tournaments with divisions (veterans, children, etc.)
It is free to create a tournament. Anglers pay a small fee when they join. (All pricing policies are subject to change.)