Hand-Held GPS Units have exploded in the fishing industry in the last few years. There are a lot of fish finders that come with GPS, but more and more anglers are using hand-held GPS units as well to store to fishing spots and track boating routes. For some, it’s just nice to have a backup in case something happened to their unit on their boat. The last thing you want to happen is to be far from camp and have your gps unit stop working and not have a backup. On some bodies of water, this can actually turn into a dangerous situation if you aren’t sure where you are at or where you need to go. With boaters relying more on their gps units and less on using landmarks as a way to know their way, it’s essential to have a backup on the boat.
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