GPS Fishing Marks, Australia Wide
Most anglers who fish from a boat in saltwater and freshwater either use a GPS (Global Positioning System) or wish they did! The GPS Handbook details how to use a GPS then lists over 3000 position hot spots all around Australia. Fred Studden is Australia's foremost angling electronics expert and he explains just how to get the best from your GPS. From there you can chose from one of the over 3000 fishing marks listed area by area in the book. Gone are the days of pulling down the church spire meant losing your best snapper fishing mark!
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INITIALISATION AND SETUP
Routes Plotter Orientation Practical Accuracy Search Patterns
QUEENSLAND GPS MARKS
NEW SOUTH WALES GPS MARKS
SOUTH AUSTRALIA GPS MARKS
NORTHERN TERRITORY GPS MARKS
WESTERN AUSTRALIA GPS MARKS
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