Deep Fish

First app for fishing with computer vision

App for Fishermen and social network with Computer Vision technology

DeepFish it’s a new App for fishermen that use technology for automatic recognition of fish type and its length, with the help of computer vision. We created this for fishermen who wants share best catch with friends and compete with them in the rating.


  • Pros: 

    Looks nice!


    Curious about how this App can recognize fishing length?

    My dad had been waiting for something like that for a long time and was very happy to try out this app. There is a truth not all kinds of fish, but I hope that soon they will expand the base.

    Дарья Пройда has used this product for one week.
  • Arsen Kazibekov
    Arsen KazibekovCEO Mind Tech inc.

    Yes, it looks nice



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Spasskiy Alex
Spasskiy AlexMaker@aspasskiy · Parla X CEO
Hey everyone! I’m Aleksey — maker of DeepFish. I want to split this post in two parts. First —  a few words about App features: Using computer vision, Deep Fish automatically detects more than 60 types of fish. Take a picture of a landed fish with your smartphone and find out its type and length. Fishermen can recognise catched fish with a smartphone and put catch in profile. You can collect trophy and share it with friends. With DeepFish you can compete with other fishermen in the rating and find out which of your friends the best. Fishermen will always know where and what they catched. In DeepFish you have statistic of catched fish, and can mark best pools. Second — a short story about our product :) Modern fishing communities are still using forums created in the early 2000s and Facebook groups. Topics with stories about best places for fishing, an equipment and photos of catch are more active. People share a photo of a landed fish taken by a smartphone, posting it on a forum. Brothers in arms (in this case, «in fishrods» :)) discuss their catch, competing with each other about who caught a bigger pike. We would not like to destroy such a warm competitive atmosphere. Quite the contrary, we would like to make fishing more active, convenient and a bit more modern. About 500 million people from all over the world are interested in fishing today. Surprisingly, there is almost no modern sources and apps for fishermen. We would like to correct this omission. DeepFish will help fishermen not only to identify the type and length of a fish, but also to leave a trophy on the honours board. Every fisherman wants to see a catch in his collection. Scanning a catch, the app adds it to his profile, so he will be able to boast about it to his friends. Most of fishermen, who consider this activity to be more than just a hobby, may have a sense of competitive enthusiasm. We also decided to add ratings specially for them. Users with a larger catch will be on the top of a rating, becoming a motivation for others. A person will not be distracted anymore by posting a photo on a forum, identifying its type and length. The app will do everything. All that is left to do is to enjoy your favorite activity – fishing.
Yulia Ivanova
Yulia Ivanova@yul_ivanova · PR & Marketing
Great job!! Good luck!
Spasskiy Alex
Spasskiy AlexMaker@aspasskiy · Parla X CEO
@yuliaiv60780643 Thank you!
Sabur  Ibragimov
Sabur Ibragimov@sabur_ibragimov · FreeLance Journalism
There few project about fishing on PH right now. CV and fishing? Why not! Now iPhone will be in my bag with fishing rod :)
Robert Magrino
Robert Magrino@rmagrino · Aqua Blast, the underwater punching bag.
This is really great. Haven’t used it yet but thinking how this could be integrated into state fishing license catch records. Washington has fishing journals that fishermen and women must complete after landing one. Let’s do away with the paper record and use your app. You may also look into crustacean identification to determine type and size so you can record and measure. If the app says it’s too small to keep, you throw it back. Also clamming is very popular in WA. Great job.
Spasskiy Alex
Spasskiy AlexMaker@aspasskiy · Parla X CEO
@rmagrino Thank you! We thinking about it. The app has been released recently and we are working on it to make better. Particularly, on replenishing the fish database. Now DeepFish can identify 60 popular types. We are planning to double the database and create an Android version next year. We will think about crustacean identification too :)