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Navionics Info & How-To / Raymarine Axiom Software Update:
« Last post by Fish Hound on Today at 12:25:38 PM »
 
Raymarine Axiom Software Update:
New LightHouse 3.2 Offers Additional Enhancements


WILSONVILLE, OR (September 21, 2017) - One of the best ways to get the most out of any marine electronics is to update software when it becomes available. Make this a habit and you?re sure to stay on the cutting edge?all without any additional investment.
 
For boaters and anglers using Raymarine Axiom units, the new LightHouse 3.2 operating software update provides numerous enhancements and an even more intuitive, seamless, and fluid user experience.
 
Installing the new update is simple via wireless network or PC. For updating via wireless network, simply connect your Axiom to your home Wi-Fi or your phone?s mobile hotspot. Yes, you can actually update your Axiom software while you?re on the water! You can also download Lighthouse 3.2 via Raymarine?s website here. http://www.raymarine.com/view/?id=15032387737

 
 

 
 
 
Lighthouse 3.2 enhancements include:
Navionics Dock-to-Dock Autorouting, SonarChart Live, and advanced charting options
C-MAP Chart support including Easy Routing, Active Captain, high-resolution bathymetry and sport fishing data
1-touch ?Autoroute to Here? navigation with both C-MAP and Navionics charts
Wireless HD Display streaming to external monitors and HDTVs using Miracast HDMI over Wi-Fi
Remote control of both Fusion and Rockford Fosgate entertainment system using NMEA2000
Expanded waypoint viewing options, color palettes, and transducer calibration options in RealVision 3D sonar
Expanded support for upgrades of attached network devices and accessories
 
 


 
LightHouse 3.2 includes all features added in version 3.196, including:
 
3D Sonar GPS Track Mode: This is the new default operating mode for RealVision 3D. The 3D image responds in real-time to inputs from its internal gyro-stabilization, plus the GPS system. When you turn, you?ll see the 3D image turn as well.  When you speed up, it matches your speed. When you stop, it stops. As you make multiple passes around the same area the 3D image continuously updates and gets larger. Adjacent passes are stitched together into a comprehensive view of the bottom, structure and water column. Fish and bait that were in one location on pass one and shown in their new location in pass two, three, four, etc.  Depending on the depth where you are fishing, the system can display 10 minutes (or more) of prior history. Deeper water gives you more time.
 
Sonar Scroll Back: You can now pause and rewind any sonar channel on the system. If you?re looking at more than one sonar channel simultaneously, pausing one pauses them all and when rewound, they all rewind together. This lets you go back and take a second look, add waypoints, etc.
 
Historical Sonar Sensitivity: If you adjust any of the sonar sensitivity settings (gain, filtering, etc.), it not only applies to new data coming in, but also to all of that prior scroll-back history, too. For example, you might increase or decrease the surface filter or gain and suddenly see fish in your past history that were previously concealed.
 
3D Waypoint Placement: You can now touch anywhere on the 3D display and drop a waypoint. There is a mechanism there, too, that allows you to fine-tune that waypoint to get it right on the desired spot.
 
Wi-Fi connectivity to RayRemote and RayControl Apps for Apple and Android Devices
 
New SideVision and DownVision Default Settings: Raymarine sonar engineers have re-adjusted the default levels for target intensity and gain on SideVision and DownVision channels. These new settings offer increased clarity and definition without additional user adjustment.
 
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Fishing Photos Forum / Re: The frog croaked
« Last post by bassamatic on September 21, 2017, 08:45:01 PM »
In my opinion there is nothing better than watching a bass take a frog like a great white takes a seal. Magical. :yes:
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Fishing Photos Forum / Re: The frog croaked
« Last post by Curt - RI on September 21, 2017, 05:05:22 PM »
Awesome frog fish!
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The Hawg Forum / Re: Shore bass fishing in CT
« Last post by Curt - RI on September 21, 2017, 09:49:33 AM »
@Curt - RI didnt even know about that gunna give it a try

@ProvidenceBassHunter I think you'll like it! Bing's Bird's Eye View has been the best for quite a while now.
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The Hawg Forum / Re: Shore bass fishing in CT
« Last post by ProvidenceBassHunter on September 18, 2017, 09:26:12 PM »
@Curt - RI didnt even know about that gunna give it a try
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The Hawg Forum / Re: Shore bass fishing in CT
« Last post by Curt - RI on September 18, 2017, 09:24:11 PM »
In addition to what @ProvidenceBassHunter said, try using Bing maps for the Bird's Eye View. Their Bird's Eye view is way better than Google's (in my opinion). So give Bing a try too.

http://www.bing.com/maps
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The Hawg Forum / Re: Candlewood Trip July 2017
« Last post by Curt - RI on September 18, 2017, 09:20:28 PM »
You dont have to go with me. Im saying I would be happy to share my waypoints.

Thanks! That's cool too  8)

I will send you a PM if I plan on going there.
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The Hawg Forum / Re: Candlewood Trip July 2017
« Last post by Brazzy on September 18, 2017, 09:48:41 AM »
You dont have to go with me. Im saying I would be happy to share my waypoints.
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The Hawg Forum / Re: Shore bass fishing in CT
« Last post by ProvidenceBassHunter on September 17, 2017, 08:53:41 PM »
I fished a lot from shore until I got my kayake few years back. My best advice is use google maps find lakes and ponds close to you and see what the bank access looks like from the birds eye view. Then drop the little pin thing to street view and you can see how it looks as if you where standing right there. Or find a handful of ponds/lakes on google maps that's look decent and take a ride one day and check them out.
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The Hawg Forum / Re: Shore bass fishing in CT
« Last post by Curt - RI on September 17, 2017, 10:08:59 AM »
Welcome to the site :)

I fish from a boat, so I don't really notice much when it comes to places to fish from shore. Hopefully someone else here can help you out.

@bassaddict 21 Can you help? I know you live in Northeastern CT, but maybe you have a few suggestions?
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