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Adding a Waypoint to Navionics App

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This question popped up several times in recent conversations, so I figured I'd put together a quick video...


This briefly explains how to add a waypoint to your Navionics App once given the GPS coordinates.  So basically, here's how you create a waypoint from a set of GPS coordinates...


Adding a Waypoint from GPS Coordinates on your Navionics App - CLICK HERE


Hopefully this helps and eliminates some of the questions.



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9 minutes ago, Team Walleye said:

Does this help find good spot for ice fishing?


Only if you can get people to start posting the waypoints to their hot spots....:D

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