Omnia Fishing “Premium PRO” members get 30,000 lake maps and 10 layers of information

Omnia Premium PRO is a subscription-based experience Available within the free Omnia Fishing app (for internal control Department And Android). For $49, subscribers can access map layers with current conditions for thousands of lakes for 12 months. (There’s a 7-day free trial, too.)

Maps show more than just the shape of bodies of water; they give you an idea of ​​what’s happening above and below the water’s surface. Omnia pulls data from satellite channels, weather stations and other areas to get near-real-time updates on conditions and detects underwater contours and formation, according to the brand.

We dive into the data below, but anglers know that weather and water temperatures drive fish behavior, and that finding favorite fishing spots like steep ledges or rocky bottoms takes a lot of time in unfamiliar waters. The app gives anglers the information at their fingertips to help them strategize before they hit the water.

In short, Omnia Premium PRO seeks to help you find fish by providing enough data to predict their location and avoid bouts of dead water. Throwing bait may be fun, but catching fish is even better.

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Everything Premium for professionals

Omnia Fishing started as an e-commerce tool that allows anglers to “shop by the lake.” This means using data to guide product suggestions based on specific bodies of water, time of year, and desired catch.

With this in mind, its founders leveraged their background and experience in mapping valuable data to create Omnia Premium PRO. The app’s informative maps and tools help anglers bring in (or buy) the right kind of catch and stay informed of changing conditions throughout the day. Furthermore, feedback from local anglers can reveal which patterns work best on a lake-by-lake basis.

Data-driven maps

Finally, Omnia Premium PRO Maps has 10 layers of data. The different layers display depth profiles, bottom composition, vegetation, satellite-derived water temperature and clarity, wind, weather radar, air temperature, lightning strikes, and storm cells.

Ideally, you scan the maps before your hunting trip and come up with a game plan. This can include choosing a few locations to search based on underwater conditions and getting a general idea of ​​the weather and water temperatures. This information can help you choose bait and fishing strategies.

You can wander into your local hardware store and ask about historical trends, or just open the app and gather your own information. Don’t worry: You can still stop and listen to tales of legendary fishing after you get off the water.

With Omnia Premium PRO, you’ll have up-to-date maps of thousands of lakes. No matter where you choose to fish, you will have a wealth of data that will help you make your decisions. Whether you swear by fishing on hard bottoms or you’re looking for inconsistencies in depth and clarity, the app should be able to help you find the best conditions.

Know the lay of the land

Finding fish means finding the fish’s habitat. Whether you’re uncovering underwater debris or submerged rock formations, Omnia Premium PRO helps you find your perfect spot by checking water depth profiles, vegetation and bottom composition.

Not all fish prefer the same type of habitat. Different species of bass are used differently, with largemouth generally staying closer to wood or old rocks for cover than smallmouth. In lakes, anglers tend to look for hard bottom cover because that is where minnows and crayfish nest among the sand and rocks.

However, even bass will hang out in soft, dark undercover in cooler temperatures as long as there is enough oxygen. Species such as catfish that are less reliant on visual fishing often seek out these waters.

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Water temperatures and seasonal changes

Knowing lake water temperatures can be the golden ticket to finding bass, especially if you tie it into a broader seasonal context. The Omnia Premium PRO app will also suggest lure and lure types to match these factors.

Bass are usually more aggressive in 65 to 75 degree water. At that time they may move to shallow water to find prey, at least for part of the day.

In the spring, sea bass move to shallow water to lay their eggs and stay there to protect their nests. As summer approaches and the days get longer and the water warms up, the bass may start to move to deeper water.

In this in-between stage, bass may start their day in shallow water and then move to cooler water once the sun raises the water temperature. This is one reason why anglers enjoy transitional areas such as ledges between two depths.

By summer, it’s safe to assume the bass have moved to greater depths and cover.

Cool fall water will trigger another active period when bass will aggressively add weight before hibernating.

Wind and weather

Aside from the sun – which plays a major role in changing water temperatures – other weather and climate conditions are powerful factors. It is also difficult to feel it while standing on a bank or sitting on a boat.

This is where Omnia Premium PRO’s wind and weather data can come in handy. It can tell you the current air temperature while displaying updated wind directions on the water, according to Omnia.

You can check the wind before setting off in your boat, or while you are on the water to see if conditions change away from your current location. Midday weather can kick up the wind, and your strategy (and temptation) may change.

You can also see potential windswept spots, as steady winds can trap plankton and attract baitfish and predators to those locations. Knowing the strength and direction of the wind will also allow you to determine where to position your boat downwind.

By checking current surface temperatures and reading a map view of heating and cooling locations, you can determine whether conditions are favorable or not and adjust your strategy.

Finally, there’s also weather radar, storm maps, and lightning locators to keep you prepared for any severe weather coming your way.

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Omnia Premium PRO Member Benefits

Premium PRO membership includes map layers and shopping benefits for the Omnia e-commerce store. Umniah stocks its own products, so orders can be shipped the same day they arrive. PRO members get 10% back and free shipping on over 20,000 products.

If your days on the water typically involve more guesswork, this app can help you level up your fishing, says the brand.

Omnia Fishing app is available on internal control Department And Android.

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This article is sponsored by Umniah Fishing Company. Find out more about the multi-layer maps available with PRO Premium Membership.

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