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Wes Ellis

GPS Lorance H20 color?

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Wes Ellis

Im thinking of getting a gps. was wondering if anyone has used the new h20? Thanks Wes cool.gif

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thedanimalkmk

I just picked on up late in the year and have no regrets thus far. It hasn't been to hard on batteries and the color display is excellent. I have the Lakemaster chip and am very happy with it although last weekend on LOW I wouldn't have minded having the LOW chip. There is a lot of info on these units on the equipment/expert information forum. I used it quite a bit before making my decision.

Dan

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sdog

i have the h20c and the lakemaster chips for LOW awesome would recommend it to anyone, the only problem i think everyone has one cause every time i go fishen theres always somebody there already.

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Jiggin Machine

I have the color unit with the LOW chip and my brother has the black and white with the chip. His is much easier to see in the sun light than mine. Mine is a little older and don't know if they have changed any.

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Dahitman44

I love mine -- just got it this year. Great little unit. Had the old magellan -- beats it hands down.

Smart investment IMO.

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mnhunter 3815

i love mine i got the 2008 edition lake of the woods lakemaster chip.it is great.

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noworkletsfish

Would'nt buy anything else- Check cabelas bargain cave- I got mine for about half price and it works awesome. Make sure you get the 2008 lakemaster chip- it's a must.

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Fish Slayer

I love mine too!

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Kaz

Wes: I wouldn't think twice about purchasing one.. I've had mine for a couple of years now and I use it all of the time.. If you have a MapCreate 6 program, you can program your own chip for any place in the US, which covers even the smallest county roads. If you also get the Minnesota chip, it'll have every MN lake, most including depths and all roads, streets and Highways... Buy one ASAP!!!! Kaz

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fishgutz77

This thing will change your fishing, saves time, saves gas, and is just fun to use. get the latest chip you can. It can also be used for auto navigation and picks up satellites fast. Even if you don't have the area chip you need, just enter a way point and save the good spots you discover.My next chip will be the great lakes chip.

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Buck_Hunter04

I've got the Lorance Hunt Color and I love it. But it sounds like everyone has the lakemaster chip. I have the Navionics Premium HotMap North Edition. Which one is better?? I really like it and everything on the unit is pretty close in the lake.

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PerchJerker

I have LakeMaster chips for MN and the Nav chip for LOTW. Before I bought the LOTW chip I compared Nav and LM side-by-side and felt LM was better, but I went with Nav since I already had LM and the Nav chip gave me more lakes up north. So far I am kicking myself over going with the Nav chip.

One of the major reefs we fish on LOTW has a smaller secondary hump about 1/2 mile away that LM shows and Nav does not show at all. And one of our permanent houses was set up on a reef over rocks in 16 fow, but the Nav chip showed only a 32 foot flat there. Very frustrating to say the least.

I am not at all happy with the Nav chip for LOTW. But I hear it has some mid-lake structure on Mille Lacs that LM doesn't have, so maybe it will even out in the end????

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