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Many pro anglers, like Edwin Evers, who won the 2016 Bassmaster Classic, and Josh Douglas, who dreams of doing the same, rely on Navionics technology to put fish in their boats and increase their success in tournament fishing competitions. Navionics mapping allows tournament pros as well as amateurs, to find structural spots quickly – saving precious time and fuel, and more importantly, helping to catch more fish. Bernie Schultz, an Elite Series pro and nine-time Classic qualifier, described his mapping…

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              Mercury introduces new 115 Pro XS fourStroke Incredible power, combined with light weight, gives you mind-blowing performance. Ideal for freshwater bass or multispecies – and saltwater flats or bay boats.Learn more by visiting MercuryMarine.com/115ProXS           Repower now with Mercury Marine Get choice of rebate or Special retail financing FOR six MONTHS!(For qualified applicants who repower with Mercury by May 31st) Spring is here and there’s never been a better…

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                      On March 11th and 12th NPAA members Matt Liebel #898 and Zach Axtman #512, put on Fishing Basics seminars at the KX Sports show in Minot ND. In total there were 50 kids that attended the seminars. The children varied in age from 3 to 16 years of age. Each young angler was given a “Go Fishing” book to follow along with as the seminar was given. They learned…

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            We continuously improve our cartography so you can focus on your boating adventures! Whether your specialty is cruising, fishing, sailing, diving or anything in between, need-to-know information is included within the hundreds of thousands of Nautical Chart and SonarChart™ updates published each year. Our reliable charts are integrated with Notices to Mariners, new publications, our own surveys, reports from users and Community Edits. Updates include sand bar shifts, coastline and contour adjustments, buoy changes,…

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      THE LATEST NEWS: ‘Eyes of Spring by Chip Leer Catch the early season river bite                               Winter’s demise signals the beginning of an annual rite of spring, as schools of prespawn walleyes surge upstream into rivers across the Walleye Belt. Although the water is cool and fish location often changes day by day—even hour by hour—savvy anglers can enjoy some of the year’s…

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