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What is a GPS Map?
A GPS Map is a collection of GPS
show the exact location of fly fishing landmarks such as:
- Fishing access sites
- Parking spots
- Boat ramps
- Holes, pools, runs and rapids
- Bridges and crossings
- Tributary creeks
- Dams and weirs
- Special regulation water
Maps can be viewed using mapping
software such as Goolge Earth (free), National Geographic
TOPO! or any other sofware that is compatible with GPX files.
Maps can also be uploaded into a handheld
GPS unit for real-time navigation on a river.
They are compatible with all brands of handheld GPS units
that support the GPX file format.