SportsMan Log

Frequently asked questions





Q: What can I do with a picture of a trophy      fish?
A: You can forward that picture with the “more”      button and get a quote on a fish replica.

Q: How can I back up my data from     Sportsman log?
A: You can synchronize your data with the web      portal at sportsmanlog.com for a yearly fee.

Q: Do I have the ability to combine multiple     Sportsmanlog users data and pictures     into a group such as a hunting camp?
A: Yes, this will have to be done at the     Sportsmanlog.com web portal.

Q: How do I identify the fish I have     caught?
A: Sportsmanlog has an extensive database on     both freshwater and saltwater fish.





Frequently asked questions





Q: Can I see more than one trip or     waypoint at one time?
A: Yes, you may see as many trips and     waypoints as you select on Google maps on     the Sportsmanlog.com web portal.

Q: How do I analyze my data from my     Sportsman log trips?
A: Go to Sportsmanlog.com web portal for     various reports and the ability to query your     data with your own criteria.

Q: When hunting what kind of data is      Sportsman log tracking?
A: Time, date, GPS location, city, state, zip      code, temperature, wind, sky and moon      phase.

Q: How do I identify what game I have     bagged?
A: Sportsmanlog has an extensive database on     big game, small game, WaterFowl and     upland birds.


Frequently asked questions





Q: What types of outdoor events does      Sportsman log record data?
A: Hunting, Fishing, and Camping

Q: How does Sportsman log track your      location?
A: Sportsman log utilizes GPS(Global Position     System) and Google maps.

Q: Can Sportsman log take pictures?
A: Yes, Sportsman log can take pictures      and have those pictures emailed or      posted to Facebook or Twitter. You      may also choose to have picture printed      into a photograph as a service.

Q: When fishing what kind of data is      Sportsman log tracking?
A: Time, date, GPS location, city, state, zip      code, temperature, wind, sky, moon      phase, and tidal information.