Nice, thanks for the link. I have the $10 Navionics app for my smartphone, it looks like the same maps with GPS integration, this has been very useful as both a backup GPS depthfinder and recon device.
Yah webdude I been trying to figuar the depth scheme also,I live on Diamond in Kandiyohi county and compare this to the DNR and lakemaster Elite.Its confusing.Its definatly not feet and if its meters it does match some contour lines.I think its in meters and fractions 7 followed by a seems like a smaller6 would be 7.6 meters Thats the only scheme I can come up with that seems close to other maps in feet. What lake you on?
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I have this app on my IPhone . It is sometime a bit off as water levels change. It was great for helping me find the structure and drop offs while ice fishing this year. I don't have a depth/fish finder. This app helped improve my catch rate. You can set it to feet meters or fathoms by going into the options.
People who fish for food, and sport be damned, are called pot-fishermen. The more expert ones are called crack pot-fishermen. All other fishermen are called crackpot fishermen. This is confusing. ~ Ed Zern, 1947