LAUNCH OF NEW & IMPROVED APP FOR 2019!
Suffolk Water Park have launched their new & improved App for 2019 on both Android (Google Play) and I-tunes store for I-phone! Two years after the pioneering new App was created Mor-Tech have been creating an improved version with Suffolk Water Park to improve ease of navigation and increase future functionality.
The App will assists anglers by supplying them with a wealth of information & everything they need to know, before and during their stay at Suffolk Water Park. The original version had a total of over 6.5k downloads.
To compliment the friendly & helpful staff on site and the informative website, the new App holds further info & allows users to be the first to access new stories, exclusive tips and advice, promotions, preview events and gaining privileged access to the Named Fish Gallery and exclusive voucher codes.
Anglers MUST create an account to access special features and loyalty points! If you already have points on your old APP just call into the shop and we will transfer them to the new APP for you!
App Features & updates:
Now its easier to get in touch at a push of a button, phone, find or email us. Navigate onto to our website for more information or link to Facebook for the latest catch reports and updates.
Log & upload your catch photos and send to us at a push of a button so we can upload them onto our social media.
Get tips and advice from local & expert anglers, including an informative Big Lake swim guide to get you started. Tips and advice for Carp fishing on Match Lake 1 and Traditional Lake are now available along with maps of the Carp Lakes.
Download the BANKSIDE HANDBOOK electronically for all the info you'll need during your stay!
Access useful numbers for all local takeaways that deliver to the Park and onsite café menus.
Link to the latest local weather reports, click on the link for more details and it will display wind direction and air pressure and more!
Browse galleries of Big Lake, Traditional Lake and Jacobs Creek carp, pegs and identify your catch using the Named Fish Gallery. The photos are now all in grid format and users can now click to enlarge them for closer inspection, weights and other catch information.
Read about each peg on the Big Lake, water depths and other features with accompanying photos to help guide you round the lake.
The App has been expertly adapted and built by Lee Columbus from Mor-Tech Computing Services.
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