NAPA, Ca. – Any angler that uses Navionics mapping chips can now become part of enriching the information on the lakes they enjoy so much as with your electronic sonar devices you can help plumb the depths of some of the bests lakes in the west and contribute to producing additional data regarding contours, hidden gorges, detailed mountains, canyons, or submerged structures never before mapped!
Lake Berryessa, which is the next stop on the 2013 FPT schedule, is just 3 short weeks away, and will be the first lake that anglers will have a chance to create sonar logs to use with Navionics’ exclusive SonarCharts™ Mapping – and in doing so, will receive an opportunity to win some outstanding bounty prizes!
ALL ANGLERS in the west will benefit from the contributions of the rapidly growing Navionics Community comprised of tens of thousands of individuals that submit many hundreds of thousands of edits per year creating continuously enriched content. This empowers boaters and anglers with incredibly detailed charts they can continue to build and use to discover creeks and channels, target the most productive fishing areas, and study precise lake details.
QUICKLY learn how to “log” at Fisherman’s Warehouse Sac – Thursday, Sept 19th
If you want get in on being part of the biggest sonar logging endeavor in the west, come down to Fisherman’s Warehouse in Sacramento on Thursday, September 19th, beginning at 6:00pm, as FPT Tech will host a seminar titled “Navionics 101”, featuring Navionics rep T’shombe Moore. During that time, Navionics pro staff personnel that will issue you a free blank logging chip along with EASY hands-on instruction that will show you EXACTLY how to perform the sonar logging/recording process on your unit.
If you can’t make the seminar at Fisherman’s Warehouse on the 19th, you can also come to Lake Berryessa the day before the event – Friday, September 27th beginning at 4pm, for an exciting pre-registration seminar that will be held at Pleasure Cove marina featuring on of Lake Berryessa’s top pro anglers. At that time you can receive a blank logging chip – along with easy hands-on instruction from Navionics Pro Staff on how to perform the sonar logging/recording process on your unit.
So now every time you visit Lake Berryessa, whether you are fun fishing, pre-fishing before this event, or participating in the actual FPT event competition on Saturday, Sept 28th, you can be part of a large community of “loggers” that help create valuable contour data for the lake.
Over $3k in “Bounty” prizes to win!
After you have uploaded your data to the Navionics.com site (or have turned in your chip for uploading to FPT staff), you will then be entered into a drawing to win some fantastic “bounty” prizes that include:
· One of Ten (10) Navionics Plus mapping chips
· Humminbird Fish finder
· Minn Kota 3-bank on-board battery charger
· All Options paid for each event of entire 2014 FPT season
· Full-Year Paid entries into 2014 FPT season!
AND NOT TO WORRY…. For those of you that don’t fish FPT events, YOU TOO are invited to participate in this endeavor, as EVERY angler who wants a chance to contribute to helping making Lake Berryessa and even more dynamic lake than it already is, is invited to take part in this exciting project!
So don’t just sit on the sidelines WISHING things would get better…BE PART OF THE SOLUTION…and as a “contributor” help yourself and your fellow anglers find more success on the water!
See you all at Fisherman’s Warehouse on Sept 19th or at the Lake on Sept 27th!
For more information on this promotion please visit: https://www.futureprotour.net and click on the “Navionics Corner” banner located on the left side of the home page