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    Default Navionics App?

    Anyone ever use the Navionics App?

    I downloaded it on my phone yesterday and really enjoyed looking at the details. When you download you can get a 15 day trial for free.

    So I’m just taking some screen shots of my fav local waters. Here is a few of Aldridge Creek area I fished on Sunday.

    Let me know any opinions. Thx
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    I use it to scout out potential areas. It is certainly handy with shooting docks. Also a lot of cover maked on it as well. It gives you a good idea of what you may find without having to take the time and burn the fuel to find out
    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle
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    How much does it cost after the free trial? Have been interested but since I mainly bank fish didn't know if itwould be a good investment.

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    I use it and paid for the subscription after the free trial but I don’t remember what the cost was. Around me, not all of the smaller lakes and ponds are mapped on it but the ones I tend to fish are. There’s no risk, just try it for awhile for free.
    “You know the thing about a crappie…..he’s got black eyes, lifeless eyes…like a dolls eyes.”
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    Is it fairly user friendly??Could you find a stump bed up a creek off the river?


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    I have taken the tablet out on the boat with me. It will take your boats movement. I have the paod version also. It shows docks and structures built over the water
    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle
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    Also you can adjust the water depth to compensate for winter draw down. It shows submerged bridges and flooded timber. Those are the details I remember off the top of my head
    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle
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    Quote Originally Posted by funfishers View Post
    How much does it cost after the free trial? Have been interested but since I mainly bank fish didn't know if itwould be a good investment.
    $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.
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    When I first started using it you bought the app and that was it. Then they went to yearly subscriptions. Wired for crappie does a youtube video on Navionics and how he uses it to scout.
    If memory serves me he has a lot of tips on it
    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle
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    That's great info, thanks guys!!!

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