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Navionics '08 HotMaps North!

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Lets start to the East. Michigan gets as NEW HD Lakes for 2008

Big Bay De Noc (Lake Michigan)

Cisco Lake

Fishhawk Lake

Glen Lake

Leelanau

Lindsley Lake

Little Bay De Noc

Little Glen Lake

Long Lake

Morley Lake

Portage Lake

Thousand Island Lake

West Arm Grand Traverse Bay

Big Lake

East Bay Lake

Mamie Lake

West Bay Lake

These are in addition to the '07 HD Lakes

Allegan

Arbutus Lake

Bellaire Lake

Big Platte Lake

Black Lake

Bond falls Flowage

Brevoort Lake

Burt Lake

Charlevoix

Chippewa Lake

Crooked Lake

Crystal Lake

Douglas Lake

Duck Lake

Elk Lake

Fletcher Pond

Gogebic

Grand Lake

Green Lake

Gulliver Lake

Gun Lake

Hamlin Lake

Higgins Lake

Houghton Lake

Hubbard Lake

Indian Lake

Long Lake

Manistee Lake

Mcdonald Lake

Michigamme

Michigamme Reservoir

Millecoquins Lake

Missaukee

Mullett Lake

Muskegon Lake

Paradise

Portage Lake

Silver Lake

Skegemog

South Manistique Lake

Spider Lake

Torch Lake

Walloon Lake

Manistique Lake

Lac Vieux Desert

The total is 62 HD Survey Lakes in MI...Exclusive to Navionics

Total MI Lakes on the chart with fishing detail is about 2300!

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[email protected] you Jeff!!! Just list them brother!!! Will you guys be doing the trade in program again?.. or would it just be best for us to sell out 1 year old chips and then buy the new ones.. LOL


Yup. $50 for your older Navionics chart for the '08 version. Here are the details. The mailer should be available from your favorite dealer.

http://www.navionics.com/DealerTradeInSave.asp

If you can get $50 or more, sell it!

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Any new MN info? Lot's of folks will be interested in buying at the St. Paul Ice Show if release is soon!

Joel


Good Question

New in HD for 2008 for MN

Bemidji

Big Watab Lake

Carlos

Cass Lake

Cedar Lake

Clearwater Lake

Darling

Geneva

Ida Lake

Lake Le Homme Dieu

Miltona

Minnewaska

Osakis

Otter Tail Lake

Pelican Lake

Red Lake (Upper & Lower)

Sugar Lake

The following HD Lakes have been updated for MN for '08

Gull Lake

Leech Lake

Mille Lacs Lake

Minnetonka Lake

Add these to the '07 HD Lakes

Aitkin Lake

Alexander

Arrowhead Lake

Bald Eagle Lake

Bertha Lake

Big Cutfoot Sioux

Big Marine Lake

Big Sandy Lake

Big Trout Lake

Chisago Lake

Clam Shell Lake

Clear Lake

Coon Lake

Cross Lake

Daggett Lake

East Rush Lake

Edward

Elmo

Fish Trap Lake

Forest Lake

Green Lake

Ham Lake

Hubert

Island Lake

Island Lake

Jane

Kabetogama Lake

Lake De Montreville

Lindstrom Lake North-Chisago Chain

Lindstrom Lake South-Chisago Chain

Linwood Lake

Little Pine Lake

Lower Hay Lake

Lower Prior Lake

Margaret

Martin Lake

Moosehead Lake

Nisswa Lake

North Centre Lake

North Long Lake

Olson

Pelican Lake

Pelican Lake

Pepin

Pokegama Lake

Round Lake

Roy Lake

Rush Lake

Shamineau Lake

Silver Lake

South Centre Lake

Sturgeon Lake

Upper Gull Lake

Upper Hay Lake

Upper Prior Lake

Vermilion Lake

Waconia

West Rush Lake

White Bear Lake

Whitefish Lake

Winnibigoshish

Woman Lake

Little Spirit Lake

Big Stone Lake

Mississippi River-Pool 4

Mississippi River-Pool 8

Saint Croix River

In Total, 84 HD lake surveys for 2008.

Total MN Lakes with fishing info=2550

Also, we added secondary roads and guide/pro input on a number of lakes.

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Holy Buckets! Two things really caught my eye; I fish many of the updated lakes like Mille Lacs, and the addition of the secondary roads will be great!

On an unrelated note, I like your hats too, fit my head great and they look sharp. Mine's getting ugly from being blown off into the Miss. River one too many times. I'll have to pick one up next time I see them around.

Thanks for the information Jeff!

Joel

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Upper and Lower Red in HD? What good does that do us? wink.gif Just kiddin of course.

I pretty much only run Navionics in my boat. An outstanding product!

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Upper and Lower Red in HD? What good does that do us?
wink.gif
Just kiddin of course.

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I got to take a peak at the Upper Red map and it is gonna floor ya. Many things us locals have never talked about are on the map. Points, bars sunken islands bumps and humps all clearly defined. They did a good job on this one.

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Which cedar and clearwater lakes are the new ones of? Is it clearwater in Wright co.? Looks like a great bunch of maps.


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What MN counties are the HD Pelican Lakes in?

I'm crossing my fingers for Grant.


Included in the HD Lakes on the new '08 chip:

Cedar - Wright Co.

Clearwater - Wright Co.

Pelican - St. Louis Co.

Pelican - Crow Wing Co.

Pelican - Grant Co.

Looks like you guys get your Christmas wishes. I got my '08 chip early last Friday morning at the Cabela's Black Friday sale.

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Great News , Just received my North Map Cabelas and I am Backordered on the east till:

1 of 01-9514 HOTMAPS PREMIUM '08 SD EAST

Backorder-Tentative arrival to Cabelas 01/30/08

So now we know, 1st it said 12/31/2008 , but thats always good to know!

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I installed my new 2008 Navionics chip in the H20c, and fired it up for the first time this morning. Nice job on this one, to Jeff and the crew at Navionics.There are a few lesser known lakes on there in the SE MN section that are in pretty good detail,and that really suprised me.Looking forward to using this chip on the ice/water.

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Just curious if Saganaga is on the list of lakes to be plotted. Size wise she's a biggun, even though she doesn't see much for traffic. I know a lot of people would jump on it to find the honey holes as well as to avoid those lower unit destroying sunken islands and reefs.

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Jeff

Looks like alot new "stuff", what if anything is new for us ol boys in Iowa? Thanks in advance.

Joe

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