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cedarnarrowsguy

GPS Software

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I'm currently looking at the Mapcreate 6.3 series canada topo (software package)Does anyone have this one? I know Garmin and Freedom Maps make a canada topo chip as well, any info would be appreciated. I already have the Navionics chip for Rainy, but its not good in the bush off cedarnarrows area..

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I have the Canada topo software loaded into my Garmin GPS..I can't remember which one it is, but very accurate in the bush in the area you mention...I believe it's the one you mention...

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I do have the mapcreate software...I live close and you could check it out if you wanted...

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Where you at?

I am also thinking of getting a new GPS and would like to see the Map you are using on your unit. Please send me an email.

jakolbeck@charter.net

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email sent...

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