Privacy Policy

Who we are

Our website address is: // We provide information on best tips for anglers, what type of fish you can eat when you catch any during your game. We write on best areas you are likely to get more fishes and other useful information for both newbie and pro fishers.


We gather the data shown in the comments form, as well as the visitor’s IP address and browser user agent string to help with spam identification when a remark is left on the site.

To check if you are utilizing the Gravatar service, your email address may be hashed and then used to generate an anonymous string. Please refer to for information on the privacy practices of the Gravatar service. Once your remark has been approved, your profile image will appear alongside it.


Images with embedded location data (EXIF GPS) should not be uploaded to the site. Site visitors have full access to any of the photographs on the site and can save or extract any geotag data they like.


Your name, email address, and website will be saved in cookies if you post a comment on our site. In the future, when you post another comment, you won’t have to re-enter your information because of this. Despite their delicate appearance, these cookies will keep for a whole year.

By visiting our login page, we can tell if your browser is set up to accept cookies by dropping a small file onto your hard drive temporarily. No personally identifiable information is stored in this cookie and it is deleted as soon as the browser is closed.

Also, when you log in, we’ll create a number of cookies to remember things like your preferred language and other preferences for how things look on the screen. Cookies for logging in are only valid for two days, however cookies for customizing your screen display are valid for an entire year. A “Remember Me” login will be kept active for 14 days. When you log out, the system deletes the login cookies.

Another cookie will be saved in your browser if you go back and make changes to the article or publish it. This cookie contains no personally identifiable information and merely indicates the ID of the article you have just changed. After one day, it will no longer be valid.

Embedded content from other websites

Embedded materials are sometimes used in the articles on this site (e.g. videos, images, articles, etc.). When a user interacts with an embed from another website, it is the same as if they visited the original site themselves.

It’s possible that these sites will track your activity on the embedded material, if you have an account and are logged in to the site in question, as well as collect data about you via cookies, additional third-party tracking, and monitoring.

Who we share your data with

Among the many ways we put this data to use are:

Offer, manage, and keep up our website

Make our website more user-friendly, adaptable, and comprehensive.

Study your online habits and learn from them.

Create brand-new items, features, and capabilities

Reach out to you, either directly or through a third party, for a variety of reasons (customer support, website updates and information, advertising and promotion).

Message you through email

Detect and stop fraud.

How long we retain your data

If you post a comment, both it and its metadata will remain on the site eternally. This way, any subsequent comments won’t have to wait in a moderation queue, and we’ll be able to approve them immediately upon detection.

In addition, we collect and keep the personal information users supply in their user profile if they choose to register on our website. At any moment, users can access, revise, and remove the data that pertains to them (except they cannot change their username). Information is viewable and editable by site admins as well.

What rights you have over your data

We’re happy to give you with an electronic copy of your personal information (including any data you’ve provided to us) if you’ve created an account or commented on the site. You have the right to have us delete any information we have collected on you. No information that we are required by law or security concerns to maintain on file will be deleted.

Where your data is sent

A spam detection bot could be used to examine visitor comments.