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Lakemaster Woods/Rainy chip info needed

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Looking at purchasing version 3 of this chip. Do the canadian sides of the lakes have full contours mapped out? Or are they like the navionics maps where there seems to be reandom numbers placed and "rough" contouring? Looking to get a little bettter mapping for the NW Bay area of Rainy and Whitefish/Snake Bays on LOW.

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I'm not sure about Version 3, but here's what's on Version 4 according to LakeMaster:

What's Covered?

High definition 1ft Contours for nearly all of Lake of the Woods. The detail covers all U.S and Canadian water from Big

Narrows through Big Traverse & Sabaskong Bays North to Sioux Narrows and West beyond Deadbroke channel (810,000 total

surveyed acres).

Also Includes:

Blueberry Inlet, Deadbroke Channel, Long Bay, Sunset Channel, Black Sturgeon Bay & Yellow Girl Bay.

Rainy Lake & the Rainy River with high definition 1ft contours for Redgut & Rice Bay, all of Lakes Kabetogama, Namakan,

Sand Point, and Crane lake.

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I'm not familiar with those areas but you might want to go to the NW Sports Show in Minneapolis this spring. Lakemaster will be undoubtedly be there and you can have them load the card in a unit and see exactly what it looks like. Plus there probably will be a discount price at the show. And on other stuff. Wait....maybe not so good for the wallet. Stay home where it's safe. smile

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