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Next Voyage for NAVIONICS Sonar Logging..is this Sat at Ladd’s!
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The next voyage for Navionics sonar logging, will be this Saturday at the FPT’s central valley event, going out of Ladd’s marina, where anglers using Navionics mapping technology can help add information to Navionics current topography database by plumbing the contours and depths of one of the most productive river systems in the country!
And those anglers that participate in this sonar logging project using Navionics’ exclusive SonarCharts™ Mapping technology, will ALSO receive the opportunity to win some fantastic bounty prizes for the effort!
ALL ANGLERS in the west will benefit from the contributions of the rapidly growing Navionics Community comprised of tens of thousands of individuals that submit many hundreds of thousands of edits per year creating continuously enriched content.This empowers boaters and anglers with incredibly detailed charts they can continue to build and use to discover creeks and channels, target the most productive fishing areas, and study precise waterway details.
Getting setup for Sonar Logging is EASY!
If you want to be part of this exclusive sonar logging endeavor, simply come to the Angler’s Expo that will be held from 10am – Noon, prior to this Saturday’s FPT event at Ladd’s, and Navionics national pro-staff member Travis Huckaby will set you up with a FREE recording chip…and you will be all set to go!
The process is very simple and takes less than a minute to setup!
After the event, simply turn in your chip for to FPT or Navionics staff for uploading to the Navionics Sonar database, and you will then be entered into a drawing to win some fantastic “bounty” prizes that include:
An entry into the 2014 River2Sea OpenA Navionics ChipYour options paid into FPT event
AND NOT TO WORRY…. For those of you that don’t fish FPT events, YOU TOO are invited to participate in this endeavor, as EVERY angler who wants the chance to contribute, is invited to take part in this exciting project!
So don’t just sit on the sidelines WISHING for sonar data to get better…BE PART OF THE SOLUTION…and as a “contributor” help yourself and your fellow anglers find more success on the water!
See you on Saturday!