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WinterHaven

Lowrance H2OC question

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Just a quick question for everyone who owns one of these units. I am looking to purchase this for my open water and ice fishing needs. I want to buy the Minnesota Lakemaster Pro SD card for it. Here is my question, are you able to pull up the lake by name off of the SD card or do they make it more difficult to find the lake you want to fish?

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Lake names are available through a search tool on the unit.

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on my expedetion I have a music find key and I just push that and spell it out and a couple will show up and then you choose that way. I believe it shows the lakes close to you as you go down the line you should find your lake

ie: I punch in spider lake and five spider lakes show up and the one I want is the third one down. hope that helps.

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As stated you can search by name. If more than one lake with the same name is found, it tells you the distance to the lake from your present position to help you determine the correct one.

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Thats what I was hopeing for, I just received my H2OC yesterday but my Lakemaster Pro SD card should be in today or Monday.

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I never search by name, I just zoom out on the map screen, move the cursor to the lake I want, and zoom back in.

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I never search by name, I just zoom out on the map screen, move the cursor to the lake I want, and zoom back in.

I do the same thing. That way i know that im on what im really looking for, vs other points that i might think its right by name, but not on the right lake. Works out better this way.

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