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Historical record

Historical record

The Fishing History page records the date, GPS position and fishing conditions that prevailed at the time you made a selection of the fishing conditions on the Selection page.

• The date tells you when the fishing activity took place.
• You can use the same GPS position to see your location on your sonar or GPS map, or on a software such as MapSource; even on the topographic maps of Canada (see the link on the Planning page)
• By touching the Conditions button, you open the Selection page as it was on the day you made your selection. You will then have access to the structures, techniques and assemblies used at that time.















On some large bodies of water, such as the one shown in the illustration below, it is recommended to select the fishing conditions in two stages.

1st selection: This selection is used to

Choose fishing sites according to the current conditions. It is generally done at a certain distance from shore in order to obtaina surface temperature that is fairly representative of the body of water. This is where, by carefully examining the model structures proposed in the application, you will decide the exact site on which you will be fishing.

2nd selection: On the map, a distance of 5 miles separates the launching ramp from the selected fishing site. In order to maintain accurate fishing data, namely the GPS position, a second selection must be made once on the fishing site itself.














If you wish to keep your fishing data for later use, enter the data history in a logbook as soon as you are able to do so. Following is an example of a fishing history page.


The GPS position is in a UTM format that’s easy to transcribe. Do not forget to configure your devices in this format in order to be able to enter the position correctly.

Use the 5-digit formula explained on the Planning page to record the selection of fishing conditions and which map you used in the structure page — the first one at the top or the second one at the bottom.

You can also write details about your catch, some features of the lure, the assembly and the technique you used as well as a more precise description of the exact place where you caught fish.

Include as many details as you can, as they will be useful for the next fishing trip on the same body of water during the same period.

If conditions are the same, you are likely to get pretty much the same fishing results.




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