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Lake Map Sources with Contours #445850 02/25/03 03:38 PM
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thughes55 Offline OP
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I don't know if all these are still available but I have used these map companies for contour maps of just about every lake within 200 miles of the Metromess. *A.I.D. and Associates Maps show excellent bottom contour as well as some GPS coordinates and the Benbrook map is good, they cover just about every lake in Texas. Other good Map sources are *Kingfisher Maps, *Fish-n-Map co.,and *Hot Spots Maps. also cover the bay systems.

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Re: Lake Map Sources with Contours #445851 02/26/03 07:42 AM
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If you can run them and fish one of the 17 or 18 lakes that are on the card, it is worth the $129 ish to get a Navionics map to run on your graph..I run one on my x-15 and it has four lakes that i fish on it and i can run split screens and really pinpoint a spot.

I use an Aid and a Hot Spot map for Whitney and CC...just to compare them and I like them both..

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