Charted Waters Australian Fishing Maps

The smarter way to fish.

Fishing maps of popular NSW and Victorian lakes and estuary's to help you find and catch more fish.

  • Spend more time fishing with Charted Waters App

    The smarter way to fish.

    Fishing maps of popular NSW and Victorian lakes and estuary's.

Meet Charted Waters... your companion on the water.

There are two ways to access our maps - sign up and download the App or purchase a Map Card for your sounder.

THE APPMap Card

Charted Waters Australian Fishing Maps App
CHARTED WATERS APP

The app gives members access to all our maps & features. Online or offline, depth contours, deep water, markers, structures and more. All you need for a successful fishing trip.

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Charted Waters Map Card
MAP CARD FOR YOUR SOUNDER

Low water aerial images, high quality depth data and bathymetric imagery help define sand bars, edges, drop offs & channels. Finding that next great fishing spot has never been so easy.

Compatible with Lowrance, Simrad & B&G sounders.

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A valuable tool for any angler

Whether you’re trolling, casting or bait fishing our maps are a game changer.

About Us

An idea becomes reality

After hundreds of hours of collecting survey data, drawing and plotting a stable of lakes and estuaries, an idea started to become reality. We have now digitised our dream and are thrilled to share it with you - enjoy! Among our favourites are Tuross Lakes, Wagonga Inlet (Narooma) and the king of the stable Lake Mulwala.

We're expanding our map data all the time and look to have charted waters for the majority of Australia and beyond. Stay tuned.

A tale of two fishermen

In 2008 two frustrated fishermen were complaining that few, if any Australian lakes and estuaries were mapped for fishing. The USA had plenty of lake coverage and yet here we were sitting in the middle of Lake Mulwala on a moonless night, in the shallows, surrounded by standing and fallen timber wondering if we should start the extremely slow trip back to the ramp. As any of you who have fished Lake Mulwala would know, this is usually a pretty daunting task when visibility is poor. This was the scenario that started a very frustrating, yet rewarding 5 year project.

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Best of Both Maps

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Android update available at Google Play

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How to use the App

We all will take the time to learn our sounders, we spend hours on the water fine tuning them and making...

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People just like you are loving Charted Waters
  • This upgrade has made it a heap more user friendly, used it the other day to find a shallow ledge and cracked three cod in four casts! A very handy tool for anyone that fishes Mulwala.

    CJ Wilson
    Map Card User
  • I used my new card today in the basin, it was spot on for the drop offs, and it made reading the unit so much easier

    David Johnstone
    Map Card User
  • This really is an unbelievable product- make sure you check it out. Reveals an amazing amount about Mulwala.

    Stephen Booth
    Charted Waters User
  • Strongly recommend all fishos to have a good look at this product. I have been using the charts for more than 2 years now, and yesterday upgraded to the Satellite version which I'm very excited about using this cod season.

    Murray River Spinnerbaits
    Charted Waters User
  • The ability to look at both marked and unmarked channels, depth contours, waypoints, previous catches and a few thousand lay downs at the touch of a button gives me all the extra time to concentrate on the important thing CATCHING fish! I highly recommend any keen angler who fishes Lake Mulwala to give it a go. You won't be disappointed.

    Michael Massier
    Mulwala Classic Champion Angler

Please note: Orders placed for Map Cards after 18th May won't be despatched until the 31st May. Dismiss