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BuckSutherland

Lakemaster h20 chip???

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Anyone know where I can get one?? I have the old H20c and would like to get a dakota chip for it.

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no where. h20 is not compatible with Lakemaster. Your only option is Navionics Permium North Region.

new lowrance chips won't even work in that unit. maybe Johnsons will get that there's a wide open market for Lakemaster if they developed a handheld gps. I would take the 1st unit for thinking of it!

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You'd have to look at the secondary market. They made chips for the H2O (I have one). Not sure if they made that specific chip.

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Watch the bay online action site, I see them on there from time to time. Man I had like 4 of these and sold one and gave the others away as my H20 died.

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The Navionics on my phone doesn't have very accurate maps. Some lakes are better from DNR on-line site.

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Still looking for one? I have one for an H2O that hasn't been used since going to navionics

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Still looking for one? I have one for an H2O that hasn't been used since going to navionics

I sent you a PM if you're still interested in selling it.

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