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Boatlanes.com Chips? #12416523
09/06/17 06:53 PM
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Has anyone on here used these chips -vs- the Tommy Martin chips?

I am thinking about buying the combo Sam Rayburn/Toledo Bend chip.

Thanks for any input.

http://www.boatlanes.com/index.html

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Re: Boatlanes.com Chips? [Re: DustyHartOutdoors] #12416550
09/06/17 07:13 PM
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Couldn't do without either. Each serves a different function.
Lance Vick's Boatlanes shows tracks for boat runs.

Tommy Martin's GPSLakeMaps shows tracks for creeks, roadbeds & some waypoints.

Re: Boatlanes.com Chips? [Re: DustyHartOutdoors] #12416604
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What's the best way to get the Martin Lakemaps? I have several lakes but want a couple more. I've emailed Bryan and heard back but never got the info.


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Re: Boatlanes.com Chips? [Re: DustyHartOutdoors] #12416660
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Thanks,

Rayburn is the most important to me. Just wanted some feed back before purchasing.

Re: Boatlanes.com Chips? [Re: DustyHartOutdoors] #12416757
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Originally Posted By: DustyHartOutdoors
Thanks,

Rayburn is the most important to me. Just wanted some feed back before purchasing.


The Boatlanes chip is pretty handy on Rayburn. It's kinda useless on the far south end, but everywhere else it's good to have. It outlines the Black Forest and the Emerald Forest. It also draws outer timber lines for several other areas. You definitely need it to run north of the 147 bridge up to the 103 bridge.



Re: Boatlanes.com Chips? [Re: Outlaw Outdoors] #12416822
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Originally Posted By: Outlaw Outdoors
Originally Posted By: DustyHartOutdoors
Thanks,

Rayburn is the most important to me. Just wanted some feed back before purchasing.


The Boatlanes chip is pretty handy on Rayburn. It's kinda useless on the far south end, but everywhere else it's good to have. It outlines the Black Forest and the Emerald Forest. It also draws outer timber lines for several other areas. You definitely need it to run north of the 147 bridge up to the 103 bridge.

+1 I like it on toledo too. I do find it is off from the buoys sometimes but sometimes it's hard to pick out the next one in line and it helps with that

Re: Boatlanes.com Chips? [Re: DustyHartOutdoors] #12417088
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Get Lances boatlanes chip for sure. Very helpful to have.

Re: Boatlanes.com Chips? [Re: DustyHartOutdoors] #12417637
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This is new to me, I will be looking into it for sure for Rayburn and Tbend


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Re: Boatlanes.com Chips? [Re: DustyHartOutdoors] #12418005
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Thanks for all the input.

I ordered the Fork/Rayburn/TBend combo, it was the best deal and I'm sure it will even be helpful on Fork. I grew up on Fork and have still managed to find a few stumps over the years.

Re: Boatlanes.com Chips? [Re: DustyHartOutdoors] #12418317
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That chip can get you in trouble on Toledo bend still worth the money but some of the runs are super sketchy

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