Humminbird AutoChart Zero Lines Map Card

Humminbird AutoChart Zero Lines Map Card


The Humminbird AutoChart Zero Lines Map Card allows you to begin creating your own, accurate and detailed maps of any fishing spot, even where contour coverage doesn't exist.


  • Optional for Select ONIX, ION, 1100, 900, 800 and 600 Series Models
  • Card Must Be Present To Get The Detailed Zero Line Base Map To Display In AutoChart PC
  • All Humminbird Units Will Require Software Updates
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The Zero Line is the place where the water meets the shore. It's also the starting point for building your own maps with AutoChart.  

Anglers can purchase additional Zero Line Map Cards to view the AutoChart created maps on multiple Humminbird units. Simply export the map from the PC program to the extra Zero Line Map Cards and you'll have multiple charts of your favorite fishing spots ready to view on a range of compatible* Humminbird fish finders.


  • 32 GB SD card containing zero lines for with over 140,000 named water bodies and over 1.75 million unnamed water bodies in the United States and over 96,000 named water bodies and over 3.85 million unnamed water bodies in Canada. Plus there is 16 GB of free space to maintain your custom maps 
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Humminbird AutoChart Zero Lines Map Card 600033-1 AutoChart Zero Lines Map Card
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