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Digital Maps to Help Anglers Catch Fish

Magellan, which offers GPS devices for vehicles, outdoor and mobile navigation, today announced that it has partnered with Fishing Hot Spots, a leading source of ‘where-to’ fishing information, to provide anglers with premier content for the Magellan eXplorist GPS devices that will help them catch fish in the best locations.

Available for Magellan’s eXplorist 310, 510, 610 and 710 devices, Fishing Hot Spots delivers digital maps, information on America’s prime fishing lakes and other fishing-related content.

“We selected Fishing Hot Spots for Magellan’s eXplorist GPS devices because it is made specifically for fishermen by fishermen,” said Warren Hewerdine, sr. director of marketing for Magellan.

“Fishing Hot Spots has developed some of the best fishing content available that gives anglers valuable data, tactics and locations to help them find the best spots to catch fish and enjoy their sport to the fullest.”

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Fishing Hot Spots features researched fishing information including detailed profiles with shoreline characteristics, size, depth and contours, and submerged cover/vegetation to better prepare anglers for their fishing trip.

Lake-specific tips and techniques help the angler identify the fish species, seasonal fishing patterns and the best baits and lures to use for better success. Fishing points of interest and other interesting fishery data are included to inform anglers about where particular fish are typically found, primary species and average sizes, tackle techniques and stocking practices.

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Available today, May 14, Fishing Hot Spots Lakes for Magellan’s eXplorist GPS devices offers consumers their choice of single lake maps and fising content for $9.99 each, downloadable at

Fishing Hot Spots PRO USA, featuring approximately 6,000 lakes across the U.S., will be available by the end of May.

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