GoFish Cam is on a mission to make the underwater experience easily accessible to every angler. We want to help every angler re-live their favorite pastime.
Much of the fishing experience takes place underwater. GoFish Cam can help reveal the unknown:
- How a fish reacts to a bait or lure, and is the lure presenting itself properly
- What species are being shown on other electronics like a fish finder
- Where fish are hiding in the structures below
- Whether there are even fish below, and if so what types, and how big
- What’s that big one that got away
GoFish Cam is a Kickstarter-backed hardware and mobile technology company that has developed an underwater camera that sits on an angler's fishing line. The camera works with a mobile application that lets its users review, edit, and share their footage.
Anglers can easily review their footage to help justify their decisions, cut out guessing time, and be more effective while fishing. GoFish Cam aims to give anglers the chance to learn from their experiences by supplying data from which they can learn more about what happened and why. Furthermore, their mobile platform aims to allow anglers to leverage others' experiences to plan their next outing, and build a collaborative community through content.
What the press is saying*
“GoFish Cam is really more of a specialty camera. Fisherfolk will find it useful as far as improving their chance of catching something” - Digital Trends
“The GoFish Camera . . . ties into a fishing line behind the hook, allowing fishermen to capture the moment a fish snatches the bait and becomes hooked. It can be used in water up to 150 metres deep” - DailyMail
“Seeing visual evidence of a strike through the lens of a GoFish Cam will open your eyes.” - Wide Open Spaces
“ [GoFish Cam] beat out more than 3,300 competitors to claim one of three Most Promising Startup awards” - Globe & Mail
" Is this camera the future of fishing?" - Austin American Statesman
*The above individuals were not compensated in exchange for their testimonials. In addition, their testimonials should not be construed as and/or considered investment advice.