FLW Bass Fishing mag: C-MAP Genesis gives anglers ‘serious advantages’

C-MAP Genesis is making headlines again. FLW Bass Fishing magazine, in its Nov-Dec 2017 issue, says Genesis Edge, our premium custom-mapping service,  offers “serious advantages for tournament anglers who need to decipher patterns quickly and line up on prime spots more efficiently.”

We couldn’t agree more.

Genesis Edge is a premium upgrade to our free marine-mapping service, C-MAP Genesis (formerly known as Insight Genesis). While the free version includes unlimited downloads of community-sourced Social Map charts and custom-color depth shading, Genesis Edge offers even more. Its key features include sonar replay, an option to keep personally mapped areas private and creation of bottom-hardness and submerged-vegetation map layers.

Although several companies “have flirted with the concept” of custom mapping, FLW said, “perhaps none has figured it out as well as C-MAP Genesis.”

Some more highlights from the article:

  • Genesis Edge’s bottom-hardness layer is “helpful for patterning fish,” FLW editor Curtis Neidermier wrote. “For example, bass might be situated on hard-bottom points in a particular depth range, or on shell beds along the edge of a weed line. With the map, those types of spots are obvious.”
  • “In spring or fall,” Neidermier wrote, “the maps help highlight transition pathways in reservoirs, where bass might leave spawning areas and follow a series of of points, channels, rocky banks or grass beds into deeper water. The combination of contours, hardness and vegetation on the map paints a complete picture if the entire area has been scanned.”

To read the full article, pick up a copy of FLW Bass Fishing magazine at the nearest Bass Pro Shops retail store. FLW members can read the magazine online HERE.


Learn more about premium Genesis Edge features such as bottom-hardness and vegetation layers by clicking the links below:

FLW Bass Fishing magazine is the official periodical of Fishing League Worldwide,  the world’s largest tournament-fishing organization, providing anglers of all skill levels the opportunity to compete for millions in prize money in 2017 across five tournament circuits. FLW conducts more than 25o bass-fishing tournaments annually across the United States and sanctions tournaments in Canada, China, Mexico, South Africa and South Korea. For more information about FLW, visit FLWFishing.com and follow FLW at FacebookTwitterInstagramYouTube and Snapchat.

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