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SpitnArgueDuckClub*

Looking for the best Leech Lake Map

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SpitnArgueDuckClub*

Hello All, I am looking for opinions on the best Leech Lake Map preferably a chip that I can place into a GPS. If possible any advice on the best chip / GPS combination would be welcome as well. We will be purchasing both items before our upcoming Leech Lake vacation. Thanks in advance, Cal.

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USDA3

Lakemaster chip with a Garmin 76CSX works well for me. Lakemaster has 1ft increments for a few lakes, Leech is one of em.

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swanbait

Make sure you get the 2009 Lakemaster Chip, the 2008 was not as detailed, there is not a better chip.

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fishing is hot

Just stop at Reed's in Walker when you up and see Kevin. He will will fix you up.

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SpitnArgueDuckClub*

FIH do you know if Reed's rents gps units and with Lakemaster chip? Or are you suggesting that I wait to buy the unit and chip when I go up?

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fishing is hot

If you buy a GPS and a chip Kevin will set it up. He did re did mine two weeks ago with a software update from Lowrance. When are you heading up?

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SpitnArgueDuckClub*

The last week of June, may I ask which GPS unit you bought?

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fishing is hot

(2) HSD 10 to replace my LCX 104s in one boat. Still am using (1) LCX37 and a old Global Map in my other boat and a H2OC handheld in the winter.

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SpitnArgueDuckClub*

ok ty

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fishing is hot

Better yet order now and have it shipped. They will ship for free and if ots ordered over the internet you will save the sales tax. That will you time to play with it before your trip.

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