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LakeMaster Chip For Buffalo Bay

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Does anyone know if there is a chip that will cover buffalo bay on the 1 ft. increments. If not what is the reason why lakemaster didnt cover this portion of the lake.

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It took a while in negotiations with Canada to allow the

mapping. The Canadian side is soooo big and intricate that

it is a work in progress. Each years new information is

available from Lakemaster and can be added to your existing

chip??????

Call Lake Master or stop at your best sporting goods store

that sells them. I would be suprised if Buffalo Bay is not

in the mix by now.

Good Luck

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