Gulf Maps

RussGW270

GreatGrady Captain
Joined
Mar 5, 2019
Messages
1,749
Reaction score
225
Points
63
Age
53
Model
Islander
If anyone in the Texas area cares for fishing maps, here are my latest.

They plug into Google Earth Pro and then you can select/deselect the areas you want/do not want.

I have have a lot of spots, working randomly on lakes atm... mostly around the Austin area. The coastal is very much more extensive. I added in a lot of things I personally have fished, plus have picked up along the way.

I update it a lot... but.. I leave old data on it as even if the structures were removed, they are down there and thus have fish.

They are not perfect.. but a lot better than wondering where to go.

If you want/need a specific area, just shoot me a PM and I will be glad to research your area and update what I can.

Enjoy... free.. I do not charge.

I am uploading what I use... but.. I have thousands more spots....those will be in the "entire gulf" one.. heh... if yo load it.. give it time to load into Google Earth... most pcs cannot handle all of the locations at once, just wait it out, they will load, then select or deselect.

There will be duplicates. I filter stuff into my "gulf spots" and "9nm" and "Texas Lakes" but I do not delete till I confirm the spots."

The 9nm is nice as you can see a "line" on your GPS that keeps you in legal snapper areas out of season.

Russ
 

Attachments

TortugaBob

Well-Known Member
Joined
Nov 16, 2018
Messages
50
Reaction score
16
Points
8
Location
South Texas
Model
Marlin
Russ, just ran across this. A fellow Texas GW owner, fishing out of Packery Channel / Port A. I purchased a couple of books that have been very helpful for our area too. I have never really used Google Earth for spots per se, but will have to try. I use the Navionics Chip for my Lowrance. Let me know if I can help share some if you fish more south.