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Anybody using "Texas fishing maps" #12313648
06/27/17 07:06 PM
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Seen a company called texas fishing maps. You can download their mapping system and use it I'm assuming instead of navionics or lake master.

Anybody using this. If so how is there saltwater mapping. Are The locations spot on? The price seems to be pretty cheap

Re: Anybody using "Texas fishing maps" [Re: cumminsman03] #12315967
06/29/17 02:10 AM
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I'm starting to think it's like the hook n line maps. you can overlay it to navionics maps and have hotspots with your mapping. Somebody correct me if I'm wrong

Re: Anybody using "Texas fishing maps" [Re: cumminsman03] #12316423
06/29/17 01:47 PM
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haven't seen it in person. electronics have pretty much left me behind. most of it is over my head and if i do learn it, i don't use it enough to retain it. have to tote a owners manuel around with me. which is hard to do nowadays, you have to download and print it out.

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Re: Anybody using "Texas fishing maps" [Re: cumminsman03] #12327083
07/06/17 10:12 PM
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Haven't seen that company but Hook N Line maps are great and go back many years. Their fishing spots are more like general areas. Navionics has an online mapping site here: https://webapp.navionics.com/?lang=en#boating@4&key=eadcDbvbkQ and their Boating app is great for your phone for those without electronics.

Re: Anybody using "Texas fishing maps" [Re: cumminsman03] #12327462
07/07/17 02:35 AM
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I have given Hook N Line maps a few of my "secret reefs" waypoints and they are posted on their maps and they acknowledged me on their maps.

My phone number needs to be updated on the Hook N Line maps ... but other than that - those reefs are good to fish.

Deal is my DVD goes into a lot more than what a map can tell you.

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