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Fork boat lanes? #13487923 03/25/20 08:50 PM
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I bought the boat lanes chip from Lance Vick not long after they came out. Are there updates to the old chip or is it still the same?

Re: Fork boat lanes? [Re: lcbl75771] #13490758 03/27/20 06:30 PM
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Originally Posted by lcbl75771
I bought the boat lanes chip from Lance Vick not long after they came out. Are there updates to the old chip or is it still the same?


Boatlanes existed for Fork, Sam Rayburn and Toledo Bend.

Lake o' the Pines was added in 2018.
Lake Fork had many new lanes added in 2019.

A Boatlanes for Garmin was released in mid-2019, but only 50 lanes as that was the Garmin unit's limit. I understand a new Boatlanes for Garmin is going to be release that is a full version like HB and Lowrance versions for all lakes and combos.

Hope that helps.

Last edited by LittleGazoo; 03/27/20 06:41 PM.
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