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Saganaga-lake map

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I am going to Saganaga lake, which is part of the boundry waters.
Is it possible to get a map made for this lake?
How mcuh would it cost?
How long would it take ?

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Howdy Byte. I can't help ya with the rom part of it, but the only map that I know of Sag that shows depths are made by "Lake Maps". They aren't the most accurate, but will give you a good idea. If I had to buy one map for fishing Sag, it would be this map. Not sure if a cdrom is available. If you find one, I would be interested in it myself. Headin' up in a week to fish it one last time for the season. Awesome lake. Good luck in your hunt, Junky...........

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DNR maps arent too hot for Sag. Poor for quite a few lakes actually. Try McEnzie maps, they and Fischer seem to be the best. I think Fischer is out of Virginia MN. I can get a adress if you like.

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Correct me if I'm wrong but all lake surveys are done by the Government. Isn't the DNR and Fisher maps taking data from the same source but adding color with a few bells an whistles?

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S.T. I dont know but look at the DNR maps for Sag. then look at Fischers. No comparison to me. I cant find a good DNR map for half the lakes I like. My McEnzies are good too. I wouldnt want to rely on those DNR maps to motor around a lake Ive never been on!

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