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#12025010 - 01/06/17 06:19 PM Lakevu HD ULTRA MAPS
ron-ron Offline
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Registered: 05/26/05
Posts: 232
Loc: Arlington. Tx.
Is anyone using the Garmin Lakevu HD Ultra maps? I've read the reviews and they're not many good reviews (at least not where I was looking).I'm wanting to put new graphs on my boat and considering Garmin but mapping is a big factor in what i go with. They really make them sound good.
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#12031666 - 01/10/17 10:15 AM Re: Lakevu HD ULTRA MAPS [Re: ron-ron]
Todd Driscoll Offline
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Registered: 11/22/08
Posts: 123
Take a look at the link below to see what specific mapping Garmin offers for each lake. For lakes classified as MaxDef, you won’t find a better map. These are lakes that Garmin has surveyed with their own boats within the last few years with absolute, top of the line sounders and equipment. In Texas, MaxDef lakes include Sam Rayburn, Toledo Bend, Fayette County, Austin, Falcon, Amistad, Palestine, Fork, Lewisville, Ray Roberts, and Texoma. For most of these lakes, most or all of the entire lake was mapped. For some like Toledo Bend (southern portion, 45 feet deep to shoreline) or Falcon (US only), MaxDef provides partial coverage.

Garmin also offers sourced data with 1-foot contours for another 100+ Texas lakes (labeled as HD).

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