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Humminbird LakeMaster Western States

Humminbird LakeMaster Western States

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The Humminbird LakeMaster Western State edition allows uses to follow the contours with a compatible i-Pilot Link system.

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  • Includes over 1,150 lakes
  • 77 High Definition Contours
  • Mirco SD card comes with a SD adapter
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$124.95
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LakeMaster Western States - MicroSD

The Humminbird LakeMaster Western States Edition combines the best fishing waters for Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming all on one microSD/SD Adapter map card. LakeMaster Western States Edition brings the ground-breaking technology of "Follow the Contour" to your fingertips. The microSD/SD Adapter map card's feature, 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 Western States MicroSD/SD Adapter map card has coverage on over 1,150 total lakes with 77 in High Definition contours. Some of the region's most popular lakes include High Definition data for:
  • Pleasant, AZ
  • Clear, CA
  • Don Pedro, CA
  • Isabella, CA
  • Oroville, CA
  • Shasta, CA
  • Plus so many others...


*The MicroSD card comes with an SD adapter included to fit a wide range of Humminbird models.
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