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KrashR

Navionics & Lakemaster chip question

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KrashR

I just got the Navionics Hotmaps 2007 and noticed that I need to change the maps to see different parts. For example MN has like 4 or 5 sections to choose from. Does the Lakemaster chip for MN work the same way or all the lakes listed on one map?

Also if anyone has the 07 Navionics chip do they have a map for the state of Virginia on theirs too?

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MIDNIGHT777

I have both chips, the Lakemaster shows all at once on 1 map. There are a LOT more maps on the Navionics so the data needs to be split up.

Matt

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Ralph Wiggum

2007 Lakemaster - all on the same map.

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mjrfishing

Does anyone know why the LakeMaster chip for LOW is mainly limited to the U.S. side of the lake? Is this because the structure on the canadian side would be extremely difficult to map out?

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Pherris

mjrfishing,

I have asked the same question to a resort owner on LOW in Canada and also the lake master people. Both answered that Canada will not allow a survey to be done. I do not know the validity of this, but it would seem true as the demand is there just no supply. smile.gif I run both chips and prefer the Lakemaster because of zoom capabilities. Good Fishing!!

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Lazy Mike

The Lakemaster folks now have permision from Canada and have been working on the Canadian side. I think they hope to be completed this summer. LOW is a huge undertaking, but I am sure they will have a top notch map/chip when completed. I heard they have identified some 2,000 rockpiles that have previously gone unmarked on maps. I can't wait to see the finished product! laugh.gif

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