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.” Continue reading
We have been investing heavily to make C-MAP Genesis both better and faster in order to significantly enhance customer experience. To that end, we are pleased to announce the launch of a major revamp of our processing engine to improve map display and creation speed. Thanks to this upgrade, you will now enjoy: Continue reading
In order to prevent interruption of service, annual and monthly Genesis Edge subscriptions default to auto-renew. This means that on the first day after your initial subscription period ends, a new subscription period and billing cycle of the same duration as the original will begin. You may, however, opt out of auto-renew by following these steps: Continue reading
An innovative integration of map and app enables anglers to use historical catch locations to catch more and bigger fish in the future.
C-MAP, the leading supplier of digital marine cartography and cloud-based mapping solutions, and Fishbrain, the world’s largest angler-focused app and social network, launched a partnership that will show Genesis Edge subscribers tens of thousands of public Fishbrain catch locations on C-MAP Genesis charts online and let Fishbrain Premium subscribers see waypoints and their GPS position overlaid on C-MAP Genesis maps on their phone.
Genesis Edge is a premium upgrade to the free marine-mapping service C-MAP Genesis (formerly known as Insight Genesis). Fishbrain premium, an upgrade to the free app, provides anglers additional tools and insights designed to help them catch more and bigger fish. Continue reading
Many fisherman “beat the bank” because they have more confidence targeting visible cover. But the fish in those areas get pounded, making them harder to catch. With an C-MAP Genesis bottom-hardness map, however, you can fish the bottom as confidently as you do the bank, targeting offshore structure like hard-to-soft-bottom transitions and the fish-holding sweet spots on humps, reefs, and shoals, etc. This article will teach you how.
Although it’s a great fish-finding tool, StructureScan alone can’t really show you the size and shape of hard-bottom areas like gravel patches, clay slicks and shellbeds. But the C-MAP Genesis (formerly Insight Genesis) bottom-hardness layer can, making such areas stick out like “Fish Here!” signs on your map. It overlays onto your contour lines a color-coded representation* of the size, shape and location of areas of different bottom hardness: dark orange areas show the hardest bottom; a lighter orange indicates the next-hardest bottom; tan is the next-hardest bottom; and pale yellow shows the softest-bottom areas.
At a glance, C-MAP Genesis subscribers can now more quickly identify dangerously shallow areas, more efficiently troll the most productive portions of the water column, and more easily find fish-holding high spots surrounded by deeper water.
All that and more is now possible thanks to a new feature that allows C-MAP Genesis subscribers to select and set custom color palettes to highlight multiple depth ranges on the Insight Genesis maps they use on their compatible sonar/GPS units.*
It’s said that at any given time, 90% of the fish are in 10% of the lake — with this new feature, you’ll be able to easily highlight that fish-holding 10% on your map and catch more and bigger fish.
After hearing anglers everywhere — including 2017 Bassmaster Classic Champion Jordan Lee — talking about how much easier it is to find and catch fish using C-MAP Genesis custom contour maps, you’re likely asking yourself “How do I get in on this?”
The first step to creating your own custom C-MAP Genesis contour maps* is to record sonar logs created from the soundings from the transducer on your own boat (Click HERE to learn how to do that). The second step is to register for a free C-MAP Genesis account (Click HERE to do that). The third step is to upload your recorded sonar logs to the C-MAP Genesis cloud for review in your C-MAP Genesis dashboard. This article provides easy-to-follow, step-by-step directions to do that on a PC computer. Mac people will use the Web Upload tool — to learn how, click HERE.