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Navionics or Lakemaster #12745085
05/06/18 02:22 PM
05/06/18 02:22 PM
Joined: Jul 2001
Posts: 496
Grandview, TX
lonestar Offline OP
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Grandview, TX
I know this subject has probably been beat to death like Ford and Chevy, but, I am just getting a finder capable of using a map card. I will be getting some type of Humminbird, probably a Helix. What card is best for Texas lakes?

Re: Navionics or Lakemaster [Re: lonestar] #12745119
05/06/18 02:47 PM
05/06/18 02:47 PM
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Lewisville Tx.
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I have both cards as one will show more detail over the other on specific lakes and vise versa.

I love the LakeMaster on my bird with the low water level and shallow water highlight features.



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Re: Navionics or Lakemaster [Re: lonestar] #12745291
05/06/18 07:04 PM
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I agree, having both is best. I prefer lakemaster 99% of the time but if I am trying a new lake and looking for things like humps or ponds, sometimes it doesn't have as much detail and switching to navionics, it will. If I had to live with only one then it would be lakemaster.

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