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Fishing Hot Spots PRO - Great Lakes 2017 f/Raymarine

Fishing Hot Spots PRO - Great Lakes 2017 f/Raymarine
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Great Lakes 2017 for Raymarine

Fishing Hot Spots Pro GL is the most complete and comprehensive fishing chip available. Loaded with Fishing Points of Interest, extensively researched and validated fishing information, and area specific tips; Fishing Hot Spots Pro GL gives you more than just contour maps. Unparalleled mapping of premier fishing waters contains submerged structures, vegetation and weed coverage, navigation and hazard markers, artificial habitat locations, submerged features, access locations and much more. Everything a successful angler needs to complete their on-water success is available at the touch of a button.

New/Updated Premium Data for the Following Charts:
  • Saginaw Bay
  • Little Bay De Noc
  • Lake Erie - Western Basin
  • Lake Erie - Central Basin: Ashtabula, OH to NY State
  • Lake Erie - Central Basin: Line & Ruggles Beach to Geneva


Features:
  • New/Updated NOAA Navigation Points (Buoys, etc.) Lines and Polygons
  • Works with Newer Raymarine Units
  • Complete contour coverage from 3ft. to 10ft. intervals
  • Complete Navigational Aids
  • Extensive fishing information
  • Thousands of fishing points of interest for the premier and key fishing
    areas of the great lakes
  • Covers over 94,000 square miles of water
  • More than 10,000 miles of detailed shoreline
  • Thousands of wrecks and reefs
  • Public boat launch locations
  • Nearly 1,000 marina locations
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Fishing Hot Spots PRO - Great Lakes 2017 f/Raymarine E457 FISHING HOT SPOTS PRO GL - GREAT LAKES 2017
$84.50
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