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what card do i need

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Hi, coming up the last week of September, staying at camp Idlewood. Have just purchased a new lowrance lms 332. Have been looking at the map cards and have not seen one that mentions rainy lake. Which card do I need to get and will is show canadian waters also. Thank you in advance.

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Navionics hotmaps premium north chip is a great chip for Rainy. It will show both the U.S. and Canadian side and also has both sides of LOW. Not much other water on the Canadian side is shown with detail, but the Navionics chip is the way to go in my opinion. Very detailed and much more than I expected when I bought mine for my H2Oc.

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thank you

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Ya my Navionics Premium north was very good on Rainy. I was surprised that is was also on my Great Lakes Chip.

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that is what i will get then. thank you both

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You are very welcome! Enjoy your trip. Rainy is a beautiful lake.

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