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  • Contour detail

    DATE:September 27th, 2018
    Contour detail SonarChart™, our 1 ft/0.5 m HD bathymetry layer, is constantly enhanced by millions of sonar logs from boaters like you and your readers. These new contributions, coming from all over the world, are integrated with existing data to reflect the ever-changing conditions of sea, lake, and river bottoms at a very local level.  ...
  • New data sourcing for Navionics charts…

    DATE:September 27th, 2018
    New data sourcing for Navionics charts...         Navionics integrate all sorts of new data from official hydrographic services and private entities all year long. Our aim is to generate a comprehensive product that goes well beyond Nautical Charts. This is why we constantly scout new sources and carefully select the content that ends up in our final product. We choose different sources for different areas in order to maintain our high standards and continue...
  • Oklahoma: 2 new lakes mapped

    DATE:September 27th, 2018
    Oklahoma: 2 new lakes mapped Navionics continues updating its chart coverage of popular boating and fishing areas around the country. As part of our ongoing enhancement to our maps, we recently added two lakes in Oklahoma: Copan and Lawtonka. The new maps include detailed bathymetry, port plans, ramps, spot soundings, fish attractors, submerged foundations, obstructions (wellheads). Lake Copan is a reservoir generated by the Copan dam, in Washington County, OK. The lake is home to many species...
  • New Florida lake charts!

    DATE:September 27th, 2018
    New Florida lake charts!         Driven by the passionate commitment to support our customers’ enjoyment on the water, Navionics continues enriching its chart coverage to include popular boating and fishing areas all over the country. The Florida lakes are very popular for leisure boating, fishing and other water activities. If you are serious about any of these activities, you’ll realize that being on the water with our detailed charts makes the difference. These...
  • Hello Everyone – September is one of my favorite months of the year

    DATE:September 27th, 2018
            Hello Everyone – September is one of my favorite months of the year. Cool nights and cool mornings mean top water fishing time to me. My favorite fishing memories come from September mornings sitting on a lake “walking the dog” across a point and a giant bass explodes on my lure. There is something about top water fishing that will hook you for life. Fish Smarter and go fishing!!! Did you know that Navionics charts include more than 37,000 lakes worldwide,...
  • Crappie NOW – FREE Digital Magazine – August 2018

    DATE:September 5th, 2018
    View this email online August is truly the dog-days of summer fishing. However, with the right technique and right strategies, you can catch your fish and be off the water before it gets too hot. Check out CrappieNow August issues for articles, tips and tactics. Opening Cast I just returned from ICAST 2018 in Orlando Florida.  It was a great show, lots of vendors and new products including items for crappie fishing. The Live Shot’N, by TTI-Blakemore,… Planer Board Crappie Story...
  • Thank You for Passing the Torch to the Next Generation

    DATE:August 9th, 2018
    Thank You for Passing the Torch to the Next Generation by Jim Kalkofen for Midwest Outdoors Among the many words of wisdom in the Bible is this from King Solomon, “Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.” —Proverbs 22:6 That training is occurring in the fishing world throughout North America. Some of us were trained at the knees of our fathers; some by grandpas and uncles; some started in Scouts; some attended classes, clinics and seminars. There...
  • Devils Lake NWT Tournament summary- Doctor Sonar

    DATE:August 2nd, 2018
    Devils Lake NWT Tournament summary Devils Lake was different this year, the water was clearer than usual, and the algae didn’t bloom until after the tournament which turns the lake green and makes the shallow fishing better. The fish were at all depths from 4-45 feet, but the winning fish were at 35-45 feet and caught with leadline trolling. I fished shallow because I didn’t find big fish deep where I fished. The lake is 100,000 acres and I couldn’t cover it all. I missed the best fishing...
  • OPTIMA® PowerPack Nation July 2018 e-Newsletter

    DATE:July 18th, 2018
    OPTIMA® PowerPack Nation July 2018 e-Newsletter Register for the August DriveAutoX Event There is still space available at the DriveAutoX event at Gateway Motorsports Park on August 18-19! Click here to register.  How to Maintain Your Battery in the Summer Heat Summer is officially here and temperatures are rising by the day. While great for outdoor...
  • Does Sonar See All Fish?

    DATE:July 9th, 2018
    Sonar doesn't show you all the fish below the boat, watch this video to see why. Hidden Fish Video...