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by Rodney Pearson

What is it about?

"shhh. Get down, Fletcher."


App Details

Sports Photo & Video
Last updated
November 27, 2013
Release date
July 7, 2010
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App Store Description

"shhh. Get down, Fletcher."

5:20am. A crisp, cool November morning. You're at Duck Blind #5, alone with your 2-year old Lab, Fletcher. Fletcher wants to go to work. Fletcher REALLY wants to go to work!

100 yards away, your arch nemesis, Biff Lomax, is at Duck Blind #6. He's looking at the same thing you see, hundreds of ducks sitting on the pond, in plain view. Biff's itching to fire the first shot.

Lomax has been your enemy ever since he stole your high school sweetheart. Yeah, he's taller than you. Better looking. Has a better job. Worst of all, his dog is faster than Fletcher. But you have one thing that Biff doesn't have. You have Time2Hunt. And because you have Time2Hunt, you will fire the first legal shot of the day.

Your state is like most others -- legal hunting times are based on sunrise and sunset. You can start shooting 30 minutes before sunrise. Because you have Time2Hunt, you know EXACTLY when sunrise will occur at Duck Blind #5. All Biff can do is guess -- or listen for you to shoot first.

Sunrise and sunset times vary, depending on your location and what day it is. Time2Hunt calculates your exact sunrise and sunset times, using your precise location and date, and lets you set alarms relative to your sunrise or sunset. With Time2Hunt, you know exactly when you can shoot. Time2Hunt keeps you out of jail, and in the game warden's good graces.

With Time2Hunt, you can set visual, vibrating, and/or audible alarms for sunrise, sunset, or any time before or after. Want an alarm 30 minutes before sunrise? Got it. 30 minutes after sunset? Got it. Want to set a time-of-day alarm for 8:30pm? Got that too. Want a 10-minute countdown timer? Yep, Time2Hunt can handle that as well.

(G Smith) "Time2Hunt is perfect for us duck hunters. I marked my camp on the Time2Hunt map, and bingo, I know exactly when I can shoot each morning. I always set a vibrate alarm, and just wait for my shirt pocket to shake my heart. Then, boom!"

(B Lomax) "I don't get it. I watch for the sun, but Smith somehow always knows when to shoot first. The only time I shot before he did, I got slapped with a $500 fine by Gordon Borden, the game warden."

(E Marett) "I don't hunt, but I really like to know when sunrise and sunset are at my house. Time2Hunt is wonderful."

(A Pearson) "I love the various alarm sounds -- bull moose, coyote, ducks, geese, gunshots, and a super cool bugle. I use this for regular time-of-day alarms."

Disclaimer: Time2Hunt calculates sunrise and sunset times, and provides different types of alarms. It does not improve your shot.

Added in various versions:

version 2.0: added location-specific weather information, including current conditions and forecasts. Up to 8 nearby NEXRAD radar sites easily accessible.

version 3.0: Solunar tables. Great for hunters, fishermen, photographers, wildlife enthusiasts, and more, these tables depict the influence of sunrise, sunset, moonrise, moonset, New Moon, and Full Moon on animal activity -- moving and feeding. Use this Time2Hunt tool to help predict times that you can expect increased animal activity.

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