CANADA, we have a Lowrance seminar coming up for you on September 7th at Marina Shores, Long Point.
Are you ready to see what you’ve been missing in the waters you fish? Are you ready to see everything?
Lowrance is offering free 1-on-1 training sessions from Lowrance pro-staffers on how to best set up your Lowrance electronics to find and catch fish, including training on Insight Genesis custom mapping. We’ll all get out and do some mapping to learn how Insight Genesis works and how it can help us all catch more fish!
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Check out this fantastic Downscan image of a weed edge with some potato chip sunfish hanging out. This was mapped by an Insight Genesis user looking for weed lines in a local lake. He found it! This cross section of the water column will display in map form in what we call spatial overlay once processed by the Insight Genesis automated mapping servers. This gives you spatial awareness of the exact location of weed edges and important fish structures like deep humps and underwater points. The best way to plan your next day on the water!
A few pan fish hanging out on the weed line. Looks like a good place for a bigger fish to fill its belly!
Are you ready to see what you’ve been missing in the water you fish? Are you ready to see everything?
Even frequent users of Lowrance electronics will tell you – in hushed tones, after swearing you to secrecy – that although they love their HDS units, they don’t know how to use all the fish-finding features packed into them. “Don’t worry,” we tell them, “you’re not the only one!” We’ve even heard longtime touring bass pros say they don’t know how to use every feature in their Lowrance unit, and that if they’d take the time to learn to use them better, they’d probably finish better in tournaments.
So we’re offering free 1-on-1 training sessions from Lowrance pro-staffers on how to best set up your Lowrance electronics to find and catch fish, including training on Insight Genesis custom mapping.
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The road to better fishing maps starts at Insight Genesis. It leads to catching more and bigger fish.
Check out these amazingly detailed screen grabs of a submerged road running through a a South Dakota reservoir in a custom Insight Genesis map with one-foot contours. Continue reading
Lewis and Clark have nothing on Paul Stark. Sure, the famous explorers mapped a fair share of South Dakota’s plains back in the day. Mad props to ‘em. But for the last few months, Stark has led a one-man Corps of Discovery to map lakes across The Rushmore State.
And he wants to share his fishing maps with you and all your fishing buddies. And with all their fishing buddies. And with … well, everyone.
“On an online forum I’m on, I ask other forum members what local lakes they would like to see mapped,” Stark explains. “I try to map all those lakes and then tell the forum readers that my maps of those lakes will be available soon on Insight Genesis Social Map. It stirs up some excitement when good maps are finally available for poorly mapped – or un-mapped – lakes in the area.”
It’s just that unselfish community spirit that makes Insight Genesis Social Map possible. Continue reading
Insight Genesis is a fantastic tool for anglers to more precisely map areas they are most interested in fishing. However, professional resource managers like DNR invasive plant biologists are finding value also in this automated technology for aquatic habitat assessment and monitoring. You’ll be glad to hear we have a solution for professionals in the fisheries, aquatic plant, and water resource industries called BioBase. It’s like Insight Genesis but with outputs geared towards scientific research! BioBase was launched in August of 2011 and initially served the aquatic plant management industry in the US. It has since expanded to all aquatic-resource professionals across the globe. Continue reading
WHAT THE ? … That moment you realize that the depths indicated on your off-the-shelf digital map card aren’t even CLOSE to accurate … Time to get REAL one-foot contours with Insight Genesis.
By Greg Huff and
Ever been fishing and noticed that depths displayed on your digital map don’t match actual depths determined by your sonar unit? Ron Lutes has. That’s why he subscribed to Insight Genesis to make his own custom lake maps with real one-foot contours.
“I used my iPhone with a [digital map] on Eagle Lake in northwest Ontario … the map info was absolutely worthless!” reports Lutes. “There was not one spot I checked with the depth/fish-finder in the boat that was close to the actual depths. That was one of the reasons I wanted to use Insight Genesis – to improve or make my own charts. I don’t know where [that map company] came up with thousands of bogus contour lines.”
What Lutes called “bogus” contour lines could be the result of bad data. A variety of user-initiated anomalies can cause a bad sonar signal that results in bad data. They include: Continue reading