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lawmanjoe

Lake Master MMC Chip for including Pool 4

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What do people think of this chip? I see the prices have dropped a lot since last year.

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LawmanJoe,

I think you must be thinking about another chip. The Lakemaster chip is brand new this year. Having said that, the chip rocks. It is dead on for pool 4 and everything else. It also shows all of the wing dams.

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The LOWRANCE LAKEMASTER chip just came out. There has always been a Lakemaster chip. But that chip only had 6 lakes or so on it in 1ft contours. The new Lowrance Lakemaster chip has those lakes with 1ft contours on it along with many other lakes with a total of 256. 50 of them being newly mapped "high definition" lakes. Most of the other 200 or so are just your basic 5ft contours. Its an a great chip. I would highly recommend this chip over any other unless your looking for Lake of the woods. Then you would need to go with one from Navionics.

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Lakemaster and Lowrance have also teamed up to come out with a chip detailing the American side of LOW. You can find that chip HERE

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I bought the chip. It's fantastic! Thanks.

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Does anyone know if this chip is compatible with the Lowrance X-15, and if so how do they like it???

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I've got the chip for my x-15 and I love it. You may have to download the new version and upload it into your locator if you haven't already done so, but it is easy to do. If you are not familar with how to do this contact Lowrance and they will guide you through it step by step.

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