Expanded Coverage in South Dakota
We’re excited to announce that Fishidy has added over 200 new waterways and increased its mapping coverage in partnership with Mike’s Maps on many of the most popular fishing destinations in South Dakota! You will now find new depth contours, boat/ramp access points, and mapped underwater structures.
Some of these newly added features are only available to premium subscribers on Fishidy, but we want to help you get out and catch those lunkers now!
*For a limited time only, members who follow waterways in South Dakota and want to experience the new mapping coverage can upgrade to a premium subscription at 25% off the regular price. Just use coupon code SDAK25 at checkout to receive your discount.
Upgrade to a premium subscription on Fishidy and unlock advanced tools to help eliminate unproductive water and put you on active fish more quickly:
- Thousands of Proven Fishing Hot Spots®
- Marked Underwater Structures (rock piles, weed beds, fish cribs, etc.)
- Enhanced Fishing Forecaster
- Sea Surface Temperatures
- Customizable, Printable Maps
Premium features are available on hundreds of the most popular waterways across the U.S. Just look for the gold premium waterway badge on Fishidy as shown in the image above, indicating an expanded set of available features for specific waterways, many of which are in South Dakota including:
- Lake Oahe
- Bitter Lake
- Lake Thompson
- Waubay Lake
- East Vermillion Lake
- And many more…
*Don’t forget to enter coupon code SDAK25 at checkout to receive a 25% discount on any premium subscription option
Have you add Lake Frances Case in S. Dak. Yet?
Hi Tor, yes, here is a direct link to the Lake Francis waterway page: http://www.fishidy.com/map/us/south-dakota/lake-francis-case-fort-randall. This is not one of our “premium waterways” meaning there are no contours, structures or fishing hot spots plotted on the map, but you can still use the fishing forecaster and mark you own catches and spots directly on the map. There are currently 42 other members following the activity on Lake Francis. Good luck!