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Namakan fishing spot map

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Anyone know of a good Hot Spots type map for Namakan? Looking for more than contours, I want one that shows locations of fishing areas.

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I have found "Lakemaps" maps as well as it being on my navionics card, but never seen one with the "hotspots".

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I searched the internet and there is not a good map for Namakan. I actually printed off a pdf version from the internet that is pretty accurate. Just search 'Namakan Lake Map' in a google window and it will show up. Hope this helps.

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there is a Mckenzie map number N1 that I found at a store in St.louis park that has most rocks labled and depths are good to. I think the store was called "lattitues" but not positive. I looked for years for a map of the whole lake not just east or west. Give them a shot

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Yeah, I've got an OK map for navigation, but I'm looking more for a where to catch 'em type of map. Something like Hot Spots.

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i just picked up a Sportsman's Connection St. Louis County fishing map guide (230 pages), it's got all the lakes in the county and some tips on where to fish...pretty good maps and info. for $20...I'm headed to Kab/Nam and bought this book rather than individual maps for each lake...6 pages of maps and info. specifically on Namakan...I got mine @ Gander, I'm sure many stores carry them...

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Good idea, I'll check it out. Thanks - JD

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