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tonyjor

Navionics chip

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I've got the Navionics Hotmaps Gold North as it was the only one that would work with my Humminbird 67. I put it in and I can get a fully detailed map of Clearwater Lake, which I never fish. But the lake I fish most, Sugar Lake, is non-existant. If I take the chip out, it's on the default map, but with no depths just an outline. Put the chip in and the outlines aren't even there. Just looks like "land". I'm not sure if this is normal or if Navionics has a fix for it or what. Any help?

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Make sure you have chosen the right map... I know with my Lowrance I can only load one set of maps(area) at a time. And there are like 6-7 different choices to choose from on the chip.

If I had to guess, that is your problem. I dont know how to use the hummingbird so I cant help you from there. My guess would be to look in your menu for a "map choice", or "Map Data".

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