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ADAM87
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Tue Oct 20, 2015 5:24 pm
So I downloaded all the GPS numbers from the SM. Had to run the files through an online converter to the format Garmin Homeport could read. I opened them up in Homeport and were talking ~1500 numbers. They are nice to have, but realistically I doubt I use more than 1/3 of them. It seems the easiest way to cull thru them is to create another folder/List in Homeport and copy over the points in the areas I fish and then from there work thru them to remove duplicates and edit names for consistency. I found that names often vary with dashes, some start with depths, etc. and this does not work with my type A personality. Does anybody have a better/easier method for doing this?

Another thing I noticed, if I go on the NCDMF website and look at the reef listing the coordinates come with more detailed descriptions than just "AR 315" but the majority of the descriptions in the numbers are generic and the number format is not the same so I can't easily cross reference and place a description. Does anybody know if there is a "map" version of the individual NC AR's like SC has? I could at least compare the "maps" on the website to homeport and add some descriptions (once again that Type A personality thing)?
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Tue Oct 20, 2015 5:33 pm
When you get done doing all that....send me a copy and I will will overwrite the existing numbers.

Everything you see there was done by a team of Volenteers. It was a PAIN IN THE ASS project and they did with a smile on there face to help the Fishermen of NC>

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Tue Oct 20, 2015 6:17 pm
Dave, not complaining.

Can you open and convert an .xml document from Excel to the .gpx format? If so I will open the files in excel and work thru it that way and send you all the files for you to update.
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Wondering the same thing? Any help or info on the matter? The east central SST most recent cuts off just east of W79 13 and east of that line is important for tuna fishing on the other side
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danielpaul wrote:
Wondering the same thing? Any help or info on the matter? The east central SST most recent cuts off just east of W79 13 and east of that line is important for tuna fishing on the other side


Wondering the same thing about what? I do indeestand the question. We

There Re 2 different SST shots in Superman. Which one are you asking me about?

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