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hotlips13

Anyone know where a guy can get a lake map of Hanska, if an accurate one exists. I have the LakeMaster chip from a couple of years back but it's not on there. I've searched the Internet but can't seem to find there either. I'm willing to buy one, if not too expensive or if someone is willing to email it to me that would be great. Thanks for your help!

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Phred52

Hotlips13, Still looking for a map? Check out the back page of Outdoor News June 3 edition.

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hotlips13

Thanks for the heads up. I'm just now seeing this message a member has since sent me the link to it. Thx for the info!

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therat

Could someone send me that link? I've been looking for a long time...

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kojimep

If you have a sonar compatible with Humminbird Chartselect, and an extra blank sd card lying around, you can purchase the single map and download it to your extra chip.  You can't add it to an existing map chip though.

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Natew48

I got the southern Minnesota map book from sportsman's connection. Its got hanska in there along with a lot of other lakes. Its missing quite a few of the smaller lakes but it shows them on the map and where the accesses are but it doesn't go into detail about them.

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