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AaronM

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Anyone else use something besides the H2OC with the lakemaster chip? I have an older Garmin Legend GPS and love it, does Garmin have anything else that can compete with the H20c that uses Lakemaster?

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I believe garmin has the same type of chips there just hard to find and expensive I have seen a lake chip and the price tag was 219.99 OMG. go get and H20 and you will have no problem getting lake data.

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I know Garmin also has a CD available with the same data as the chip. I think you can download the data into your unit from your PC.

This works for their units that do not accept chips (cards).

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Garmin has some models now that use LakeMaster map chips, but they have to be on microSD cards.

You can still use the Garmin maps or download from your PC in addition to using a LakeMaster microSD card.

I have four models of Garmin handheld GPS that take LakeMaster chips, you can check them out at Pro Fishing Supply Handheld GPS . If you want to check pricing you have to click the Add To Cart button, I sell below the manufacturer's minumum price so I can't show the price anywhere other than in the shopping cart.

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