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youngie22

Navionics hot maps

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What do I need to do for navionics to come up on my hand held lowrance? Need to do certain steps? I can't seem to make it work.

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Youngie,

Menu > Map Data > Scroll down to Navionics Map Choice > Highlight area of State that you are in and hit enter. You will be good to go. If Lake contours do not show up, then you highlighted the wrong part of the state.

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Awesome Paul, THat is what I needed! Thanx for that awesome fishing log yesterday, what a deal, it will be used all the time! Hope to see you around the new resort this year, thanx again!

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Is it worth sending in for the new chip? I have last year's chip.

I guess it will cost $50 I think to send in.

Hit.

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'nother question.. It the scale always in nautical miles? or is there a way to change it?

Thanks

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