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Old 12-03-2018, 09:58 AM
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Originally Posted by tommy099431 View Post
Agreed. The charts are 800$ for an area thatís not even fully complete. Itís stupid. I would never buy this project unless it was for a COMPLETE region and was like 650$ less. Honestly if you need this to fish then you shouldnít be fishing. This might be illegal because itís commercial use of the maps and they are making a profit. Will have to look into it
Please let us know what you do for a living so we can make sure your not ripping anyone off. I hope you do not have a MFD on your boat because you should be fishing if you need to use one.
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Old 12-03-2018, 12:22 PM
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Please let us know what you do for a living so we can make sure your not ripping anyone off. I hope you do not have a MFD on your boat because you should be fishing if you need to use one.

Agreed, compass, watch and sun only.

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Letís stay civilized.
it will take quite a bit of money and lots of hours to convert this data into a useable format. A whole lot more than what they charge for it.

I would buy it if it was available for my area and suitable for Garmin.

But if you donít like this, just donít buy it and move on.
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Old 12-04-2018, 06:52 AM
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Are you going to be doing any maps for the west coast of Florida...Tampa Bay to Sarasota area?
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Old 12-04-2018, 07:03 AM
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any update on when the entire Long Island Sound (CT/NY) will be available?
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Old 12-06-2018, 05:44 AM
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Originally Posted by Mbakx View Post
Letís stay civilized.
it will take quite a bit of money and lots of hours to convert this data into a useable format. A whole lot more than what they charge for it.

I would buy it if it was available for my area and suitable for Garmin.

But if you donít like this, just donít buy it and move on.
And Garmin just announced they are releasing this same type of coverage..
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Old 12-06-2018, 11:05 AM
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And Garmin just announced they are releasing this same type of coverage..
Actually Garmin is releasing standard mapping high resolution satellite imagery maps that additionally have low resolution shaded relief in deep water that is comparable to simrads insight base map.
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Originally Posted by CMORmapping View Post
Actually Garmin is releasing standard mapping high resolution satellite imagery maps that additionally have low resolution shaded relief in deep water that is comparable to simrads insight base map.
While the Garmin samples may not rival the CMOR image resolution, to me they look much better than the Insight maps.... Time will tell.




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Old 02-17-2019, 07:37 AM
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Originally Posted by tommy099431 View Post
Agreed. The charts are 800$ for an area thatís not even fully complete. Itís stupid. I would never buy this project unless it was for a COMPLETE region and was like 650$ less. Honestly if you need this to fish then you shouldnít be fishing. This might be illegal because itís commercial use of the maps and they are making a profit. Will have to look into it

Your looking at it wrong man.

If I asked you, or probably anyone else on this forum, would they pay one lump sum to guerentee fish for the rest of their life 99.9 percent would pay a lot more than what these chart cost.

They are not a ďgame changerĒ they are seriously a life changer. Shoot, between being able to map your day at the dock and not Do the extra running to find the spots, Cmor is actually probably free over the long run once you calculate the gas savings.
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Anything available in the eastern Gulf of Mexico off of SWFL from around Sarasota south to Pulley Ridge? Also, how far north does the Marquases/Pulley Ridge/Tortugsa card go?
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How does it work with the updates? Can we automatically download an updated version to the card we currently have (South Florida)?
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Originally Posted by top1000nole View Post



Your looking at it wrong man.

If I asked you, or probably anyone else on this forum, would they pay one lump sum to guerentee fish for the rest of their life 99.9 percent would pay a lot more than what these chart cost.

They are not a “game changer” they are seriously a life changer. Shoot, between being able to map your day at the dock and not Do the extra running to find the spots, Cmor is actually probably free over the long run once you calculate the gas savings.
I would agree with this if the covered areas were larger. Central FL west coast CMOR charts are for areas that are already well defined and visible via satellite imagery (middlegrounds) or closed to fishing (steamboat lumps). This isn’t worth 800 bucks. Expand the areas by a large margin and I’m all in. Need deep drop areas as well as closer in than 100 miles.

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So, again, what happened to the mid Atlantic/Chesapeake map? Word was a November release, but nothing yet. I was really hoping to get this added to my boat before the season starts.
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Have you updated the Northeast map to include Stellwagon? Thanks
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Originally Posted by kmoose View Post


While the Garmin samples may not rival the CMOR image resolution, to me they look much better than the Insight maps.... Time will tell.




kmoose,

This kind of topography for Garmin, is this available now if I do an update?
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Originally Posted by MDedgewater View Post
So, again, what happened to the mid Atlantic/Chesapeake map? Word was a November release, but nothing yet. I was really hoping to get this added to my boat before the season starts.
Here it is! This one is epic with hundreds of wrecks and the canyons!

https://www.cmormapping.com/order/mid-atlantic

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I just knitted together 100m images from a Noreast area, geo-referenced 6 seperate points approx 10 miles apart since NOAA bathy viewer only goes out 3 decimal places with their GPS coordinates. It took about 3 hours of time.
You can then save the image overlay and you google earth fishing spots to a KMZ and take the maps with you on any android tablet or phone. With georeferenced maps you don't have to do a grid search (couple of football fields of area) for structure.

Or

You can just buy the CMOR charts for your GPS. : )

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Old 03-15-2019, 04:55 AM
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Originally Posted by BigShrimpin View Post
I just knitted together 100m images from a Noreast area, geo-referenced 6 seperate points approx 10 miles apart since NOAA bathy viewer only goes out 3 decimal places with their GPS coordinates. It took about 3 hours of time.
You can then save the image overlay and you google earth fishing spots to a KMZ and take the maps with you on any android tablet or phone. With georeferenced maps you don't have to do a grid search (couple of football fields of area) for structure.

Or

You can just buy the CMOR charts for your GPS. : )

Or you could buy reefmaster software and put the imagery you mention above all on your lowrance/simrad unit yourself.
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Originally Posted by BigShrimpin View Post
I just knitted together 100m images from a Noreast area, geo-referenced 6 seperate points approx 10 miles apart since NOAA bathy viewer only goes out 3 decimal places with their GPS coordinates. It took about 3 hours of time.
You can then save the image overlay and you google earth fishing spots to a KMZ and take the maps with you on any android tablet or phone. With georeferenced maps you don't have to do a grid search (couple of football fields of area) for structure.

Or

You can just buy the CMOR charts for your GPS. : )
Man, I have no idea what you are doing but I need to learn. Got a dummy guide? Some of the NOAA Data is from the 70s. Does reefmaster read this data?

I bought CMOR but I need data/bottom from 20 miles and CMOR starts at 40+ miles out in areas I want to fish.
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