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bassman21

St Croix GPS chips

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I am finally going to add a GPS/Sonar unit to the boat this year and was wondering what chip seems to have the best detail for the St Croix from 94- Prescott?

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I have the new lakemaster and the St. Croix is the one foot contours on it. Just got the Navionics chip this winter and havn't played with it yet, but I think it will be hard to beat Lakemaster..

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Lakemaster is the way to go! Once you use it, you will wonder how you ever fished without it. Even on the river, fishing the same spots all the time, it helps you hold on critical structure and improves your catch when trolling. Good luck!!

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