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I have an old Garmin GPS that isn't very user friendly for an old coot like me. I will probably replace it with a new H2O. Who would have the best maps for fishing Northeastern South Dakota and maybe Southern North Dakota. Would Navionics or Lakemaster be best for my use. Maybe someone on here knows of another brand that would work better for me. I know nothing about these maps.

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I think the only ND map LakeMaster offers is Devils Lake. Navionics would probably be the chip to go with.

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That is exactly right. Only Navionics covers South Dakota in their north region chip. Lakemaster only does Minnesota, Wisconsin, Devils Lake, and Lake of the Woods. Coldone, you will be very happy with the Navionics.

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