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paulie8pointer

What Map Card??

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Hi guys - great site....I am coming for a week July 16th. I was wondering what map card works best for Rainy I have a lowerance LMS334. Also how is the fishing in the middle of summer? Are crappies real hard to find at this time? Thanks for any help. Paulie

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Crappies are pretty hard to find during this time of the year. Trolling jig/minnow combinations in Black Bay, or using that 334 of yours to find fish suspended over Sand Bay is the way to go.

As for your map card. Navionics Premo North is the way to go.

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