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November 11, 2009

Hot Spots Fishing Chip

Hot Spots says it gathers these waypoints from multiple sources, including retired captains and guides...
100-1109gr chip

Ask any saltwater angler if he could ever have too many fishing waypoints, and he's likely to scoff ... loudly. Ditto any angler who trailers his or her boat to new locations. Enter the Hot Spots Fishing Chip, a memory chip tailored for nine popular GPS brands - Garmin, Lowrance, Raymarine, Furuno, Si-Tex, Humminbird, Northstar, Eagle and Standard Horizon - to overlay hundreds of productive offshore and inshore locations (125 to 800 depending on the area) onto your base maps. Hot Spots says it gathers these waypoints from multiple sources, including retired captains and guides. Chips are currently available for the following regions: Florida, the Bahamas, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina and Alabama. Chips for New Jersey, Virginia, Louisiana, California, Texas and Australia should be available soon. Costs range from $59.95 to $89.99. Pay $7.99 to update chips for a year. Call 352-266-0833, or visit www.bestgpsspots.com.