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    Re: Navionics Mapping

    Quote Originally Posted by phillmatrix View Post
    Mapping is important. I got interested in the subject. As for the size of the maps, I would also like to know which ones you are using.
    I use the Navionics + US/Canada card because I am a tournament angler fishing tournaments nationwide. I also go to Canada fishing every other year to fish walleyes.
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    Re: Navionics Mapping

    Mapping is important. I got interested in the subject. As for the size of the maps, I would also like to know which ones you are using.

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    Re: Navionics Mapping

    Navionics now has a new trade in program. Trade in your old cards from most manufacturers for new updated 2019 cards and save up to $75. There you go for guys that use mapping.

    https://www.navionics.com/usa/lp/reb...0jj5B2px5fRJho
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    Re: Navionics Mapping

    Quote Originally Posted by lindatovar View Post
    I do not know how to mark this, can you guide more specifically?
    You Bet! Go to the Navionics mobile app and click on the "Menu" tab and first off click on "Update All". You should always update the app every time you go into the app so you have the most current data. After the update then click on "Map options". Click on the arrow head symbol in the lower left bottom of the page. That will be your GPS position. Then put you finger on the screen and you can move the cross hairs to the spot you want to mark and add a community edit. You will see a ? mark on the right side of the cross hairs and click on the ? mark. A page will come up giving information about that spot (location). To add a community edit click on "Edit Map". The "Categories" page will pop up and select a category on what type of edit you wish to add. You will be asked to name the edit for example mine was "wind dam". Once you completed the edit information then click the "Add" button and that information will be added to the map. I hope I answered your question. I am not here to sell any products but just to help out other anglers anyway I can. I am a Marine Specialist "Catfish" for Navionics and contact me PM if need be. Thank You and tight lines to you my friends. #Navionics #FishSmarter
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    I do not know how to mark this, can you guide more specifically?

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    Navionics Mapping

    I am just curious what mapping you guys use. I like and have the Navionics + USA/Canada chart and also the Navionics mobile app. I was using the mobile app the other day to mark wing dams on the Mississippi River using the community edits. Its awesome for that and they now have the new 5 color depth shading.
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