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Transfering waypoints from Garmin to Lowrance

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I've been using a garmin vista for quite a few years, and I want to transfer my fishing waypoints to my new lowrance H2Oc with Lakemaster Chip. Is there an inexpensive way to do this without purchasing the Lakemaster software program?

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I transferred the waypoints from my Garmin Map76 to EasyGPS, then to the SD card for my Lowrance H2O. Very easy as long as you have the cable for the Garmin to connect to the computer and an SD card slot on the computer. EasyGPS is free software for this purpose. Just search for it on the internet.

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Wow. That looks like the perfect solution - and it's free!! Thanks

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