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Navionics 2007 Hot Maps

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capmorgan

Do most people get the Premium or Gold Hot Maps for depth finders? I am thinking about getting the Lowrance 334c and am just wondering which one to get.

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schweady

My guess is that just about everyone on this forum is referring to the 'Premium North' when they mention their Navionics chip. Just today I bought the 2007 version with the "$10 off each $50" card I got in the mail from Gander Mtn last week. Picked up a few other odds and ends to nudge the total over $200 and the checkout girl gave me $50 off instead of the $40 I expected. Now I have to decide if I mail my 2006 chip in for the $50 rebate or if one of my buddies at work wants it. My wife was there and saw the actual price and even she thought it turned out to be a pretty good deal.

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Dahitman44

334c? Is that the reduced price on on sale at most outlets? If it is the interal GPS i would stay away. A bunch of people had a ton trouble with that one last year.

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Dahitman44

Spend the extra $200 and get the 560 series -- the internal GPS is supposed to be fixed.

It better be.

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Me4labonte

schweady or any other user out there. i am looking for an 06 navionics north sd chip for my lowrance h20 c. if anyone out there has one contact me. Me4labonte at lycos.com

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knoppers

bought the 28c HD today, and bought the lakemaster pro chip with it. I was told it has more coverage for area I am at. the navionics was too limited for areas that I was looking for. I hope the lakemaster is good enough.

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capmorgan

Reeds was selling them at the Sportshow and said the 334c has been improved. I got a deal with the Navionics Premium 2007 chip with it so Ill see how it is in a couple weeks.

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