600027-2

Humminbird LakeMaster Chart Woods/Rainy

Humminbird LakeMaster Chart  Woods/Rainy

Description

The Humminbird LakeMaster Chart Woods/Rainy allows you to choose a path directly on or offset from any contour and automatically navigate it letting you focus on fishing more than ever before.

Features

  • i-Pilot Link Compatible
  • With Named Structure, Detailed Roads, Island Labels, Colored Buoys, Marked Rocks, and Hazards
  • High Definition Contours
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$124.95
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Details

The LakeMaster® Woods/Rainy Humminbird™ compatible Version 4 map card now brings the ground-breaking technology of "Follow the Contour" to your fingertips. The SD map card, when combined with a compatible i-Pilot® Link™ system, allows you to choose a path directly on or offset from any contour and automatically navigate it letting you focus on fishing more than ever before.

The Version 4 card has High Definition accuracy and detail, combined with exclusive features for Humminbird GPS units, giving anglers updated surveyed areas around Big Island on the SE portion of the lake.


What's Covered?
High definition 1' Contours for nearly all of Lake of the Woods. The detail covers all U.S and Canadian water from Big Narrows through Big Traverse & Sabaskong Bays North to Sioux Narrows and West beyond Deadbroke channel (810,000 total surveyed acres).

Also Includes:

  • Blueberry Inlet, Deadbroke Channel, Long Bay, Sunset Channel, Black Sturgeon Bay & Yellow Girl Bay
  • Rainy Lake & the Rainy River with High Definition 1ft contours for Redgut & Rice Bay, all of Lakes Kabetogama, Namakan, Sand Point and Crane lake
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Humminbird LakeMaster Chart  Woods/Rainy 600027-2 LakeMaster Chart Woods/Rainy
$124.95
In Stock

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