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Missing the target.

My position on the map is off. I can get close to a target e.g. "fish haven" etc. when I'm on the water but my position shows me about 300 yards away. Is there a way to recalibrate my position?

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I had the same probelm.

Check that you are using the right time zone in your settings particulary if there is daylight savings adjust your time zone accordingly in your settings

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