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H2O Map Software

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Does anyone know of a good map software package for the H20, and what is the best way to purchase it (online or a store)? I am mainly interested in a program which covers most of the US. Any info would be appreciated.

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MapCreate 7.......

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i will second mapcreate

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Third.

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Anyone know if 6.3 is any good...or is 7 that much better?

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I have the series 6 and I can't imagine it doing more other than being more up to date.

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Much better! MapCreate 7 has Depth contours... shocked.gif

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Much better! MapCreate 7 has Depth contours...
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It has lake depth contours?

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Website says it has contours for 3000 lakes but does not listwhat lakes they are. I have 6.2 and it works great has alot of info even has business names locations and phone numbers. It showed what I thought were pathes in S.D. as being roads followed a few and we ended up on public land that was not listed on the GPS but it works great.

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