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100 New Lake Contour Maps added to Indiana and New Jersey

We’ve just uploaded 100 Lake Contour Maps for Indiana and New Jersey. Find these maps in the “Downloads” section when viewing a lake. Make sure you save any lake map that you are planning on visiting to your iPhone for offline viewing! Happy fishing!

Over 100 Lake Contour Maps added to Vermont

We’ve added over 100 new lake contour maps to the state of Vermont. These depth maps are located in the “Downloads” section when viewing a lake. For offline viewing, make sure you save the map directly to your iPhone. Enjoy and happy fishing!

 

 

70 Lake Contour Maps added to Minnesota

Minnesota Anglers will be happy to hear that we’ve added new lake contour maps to 70 different lakes in the state of Minnesota. You can find these handy maps in the “Downloads” section when viewing a lake. Make sure if you’re planning on visiting a certain lake, you save the map directly to your iPhone for offline viewing! Happy fishing.

90 Lake Contour Maps added in Nebraska

With the iFish USA App growing rapidly, we have been adding new info, maps, links ect.  daily to different states.

We’ve recently added 90 new Lake Contour Maps to the state of Nebraska. These maps are clear, easy to read, show lake depth in color, and most even indicate where boat ramps are located on the lake.  You can find these handy maps in the “Downloads” section when viewing a lake. Make sure if you’re planning on visiting a certain lake you save them directly to your iPhone  for offline viewing!

 

 

Fish Attractor Locations added

We’ve added over 150 Fish Attractor locations in the HotSpots area for the following Texas lakes:

Amistad Reservoir (1)
Archer City Lake (3)
Lake Arrowhead (3)
Brandy Branch Reservoir (5)
Lake Brazos (4)
Lake Buchanan (22)
Canyon Lake (44)
Lake Conroe (4)
Lake Georgetown (31)
Gibbons Creek Reservoir (15)
Lake Holbrook (10)
Lake Nasworthy (5)
Sam Rayburn Reservoir (3)
Welsh Reservoir (4)

TPWD Inland Fisheries offices have worked with local organizations to create underwater structure for fish in certain reservoirs.