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GPS Custom Maps- Very good lake maps

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I have the Lakemaster CD-ROM for the bigger lakes I fish.But I wanted some GPS maps for some smaller lakes I fish that are not on the Lakemaster list. I ordered three Custom GPS maps, http://fishingminnesota.com/gps-calibrate-lakemaps.html
I have to say I'm very impressed with this product. Very user friendly. I placed my order and the next day I had my order sent to me via e-mail. It took me less than 5 minutes to download and I was looking at all the three lakes with GPS. Great product, I cant't believe all the features.

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I replied to this earlier and somehow my reply vanished.
These maps are really good! Not only are they accurate, but you can get them for virtually any lake in the state. He also gets them to people really quickly and is easy to work with. Nice guy, good product- saves time and lots of energy drilling looking for spots.
Who else has used them? I know a couple of guys on the Detroit Lakes forum have used them and been really happy with them. Those of you who have purchased and used a couple of these- give a hollar and let us know what you think. I think a few forum guides have used them- what do you guys think?
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I've used 'em...or at least I've used one of 'em. I got one for Otter Tail, and I like it. I'll be getting more in the near future...

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Who else? Minneman, CD, whoever- what did you think?
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