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HotMaps Platnum #13965135 04/18/21 08:34 PM
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I’ve used Navionics Plus for years on my Lowrance Gen3 units. Is it worth the extra money to go with HotMaps?
I fish Fork, Rayburn and Toledo Bend as well as many of the smaller East Texas lakes.
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Re: HotMaps Platnum [Re: bgmg17] #13965306 04/18/21 11:01 PM
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Originally Posted by bgmg17
I’ve used Navionics Plus for years on my Lowrance Gen3 units. Is it worth the extra money to go with HotMaps?
I fish Fork, Rayburn and Toledo Bend as well as many of the smaller East Texas lakes.
Thanks


Hot Maps Platinum is worth it for the Relief Shading. I need to bring my card home and update for the Sonar Imagery.


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