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    I think it's a great app. I have it on my phone. You can find locations you want to go at home studying a lake, mark a way point then head there when you get on the water. Also its updated by users who share fishing spots.

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    Love, what more can I say
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    Quote Originally Posted by mighty View Post
    I think it's a great app. I have it on my phone. You can find locations you want to go at home studying a lake, mark a way point then head there when you get on the water. Also its updated by users who share fishing spots.

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    Thanks for the info. So when you have the paid version you can see shared info?


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    Quote Originally Posted by slowhand View Post
    $14.99 for USA, $21.99 for USA and Canada. Yearly subscription.
    It works on Android and Apple
    A lot of stumps and fish attractors are already marked on my lakes.
    Sounds like a good deal. I like browsing during my lunch break each day when I am dreaming of fishing.


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    That's cool, looks great for scouting. I have a Garmin Chart plotter on my kayak and continue to mark stumps and brush as I find it. I can also create 1 foot resolution maps with the Garmin along with using sideview. Old school compared to livescope and I'm still learning, but as I continue to collect data it's helpful. Many of the fish I catch in Limestone are on submerged stumps that I've mark in previous years.

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    Here's a screenshot of some stumps that are already marked from the app
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    Quote Originally Posted by slowhand View Post
    Here's a screenshot of some stumps that are already marked from the app
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    Ok. Very nice. I didnít know it would share things like this. Good to know. Thx


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    It is a pretty good tool
    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle

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    Active Captain from Garmin works pretty good too. Navionics webapp also is pretty cool for tablets and desktop. You can't "travel" on it but it makes for a pretty good pre fish tool.

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