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adding gps hotspots

Postby markinlakecharles » Sun Nov 07, 2010 6:26 pm

Is there a way to add gps coordinates in the GPS tab of spots I or others like so all can use?

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Re: adding gps hotspots

Postby tgsx750f2000 » Sun Nov 07, 2010 8:07 pm

If they don't you can send them to me! LOL
Or just post them here
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Re: adding gps hotspots

Postby ramosrecon » Mon Nov 08, 2010 9:46 am

Try sending a message to the site admin. if not post them cause I dont mind looking at them.
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Re: adding gps hotspots

Postby Ray » Mon Nov 08, 2010 2:55 pm

There is a tab at the top titled "GPS" with well known spots in Big Lake.
You can put more on here if you want, but the day after you do, it will be full of boats that didn't know that spot existed.
You will be hard pressed to find someone who will give up their hot spots though.
There were lots of reefs that I never seen fished, then were wiped out by oyster boats.
If you see an oyster boat dragging a dredge, run up to them and mark that spot. They don't care. It won't produce fish till
after oyster season is over, but at least you will have some reefs marked.
Also, some oyster boats mark reefs with PVC. Keep an eye out for them sticking out the water in the winter.
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