We’re pleased to announce the release of new data on ten lakes across the United States, just in time for the start of the 2018 boating season! Navionics is the only cartography provider that shares updates every day, so our customers can enjoy the most current content available.
Folsom Lake and Lake Pleasant in California, along with several lakes in the Harris Chain of Lakes and Lake Toho in Florida are significantly improved. This release is made in partnership with Garmin, who acquired Navionics in late 2017, and includes the addition of hi-resolution multibeam survey data. We also recently integrated survey data for several northern lakes in Michigan and Wisconsin. Browse the below highlights and comparative views. And, for a closer look at the cartography details, click on the lake name links to be directed to our interactive online Chart Viewer.
Arizona – Lake Pleasant
Lake Pleasant is an artificial reservoir that provides crucial water storage and endless summer fun northwest of Phoenix. Visitors to this bustling recreational area enjoy boating, fishing, hiking, biking, and camping, and will now see additional campground and parking lot sites mapped around the lake. Boat and shore anglers will find even more HD contours available when planning their next adventure. The local catch consists of a variety of species such as largemouth bass, striped bass, crappie, tilapia, channel catfish and more!
The area surrounding Pleasant Harbor Marina, situated northeast of Waddell Dam, now includes mooring buoy locations.
Anglers can now target clearly marked submerged culverts, road beds and creek beds near Scorpion Bay Marina.
California – Folsom Lake
Boaters and anglers alike will appreciate the remarkable HD detail added to Folsom Lake in early 2018. Located in California’s Sierra Nevada foothills, this popular lake is a great spot for paddling, waterskiing, sailing, cruising and fishing.
Updates include improved overall HD coverage and mapping of pre-impoundment structures such as submerged bridges, foundations, roads and creek beds.
Greater HD detail has been added near Folsom Dam which was built, primarily for flood control, in 1955. Note the increased visibility of the American River bed as well as the addition of road beds.
Anglers scouting the area northwest of Folsom Lake Marina and south of Knoxton Point will now see a high spot, accessible during flood pool, with several marked brush and rock piles. Be sure to check the lake levels before adding this type of location to your fishing route.
We’re proud to release updates in the heart of Florida’s bass fishing territory for three lakes within the Harris Chain of Lakes as well as Lake Toho which is part of the Kissimmee Chain of Lakes. All four bodies of water are well known to the professional and recreational bass angling community and are the location of choice for many world-class tournaments. Browse the changes below and be sure to update your cards before heading out to wet a line!
Find additional shoreline coverage and HD contours, as well as channel details along popular Haines Creek which connects Lake Eustis to Lake Griffin.
Updates have been made to the area surrounding Big Toho Marina; the official launch site of ICAST Cup, presented by FLW, and the Bassmaster Opens.
New high definition mapping of the approach canal to Brinson Park bridge on Lake Toho, conveniently located approximately 18 miles from the Bass Pro Shops in Orlando.
Click on the chart viewer links below to see previously unmapped lakes, now updated with recently acquired survey data.
Michigan – Hanley Lake
A popular spot connected at its southernmost point to Intermediate Lake and located to the east of Grand Traverse Bay. Anglers are likely to catch bluegill, largemouth bass, muskie, and northern pike.
Navionics customers who frequent this northern landscape for fishing, boating and camping now have three more lake charts at their fingertips. Located in the northeast region of Wisconsin, these lakes are among thousands tucked in between the two sites of the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest - all worth exploring!
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