Humminbird SmartStrike Southeast States - Version 3

Humminbird SmartStrike Southeast States - Version 3
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SmartStrike Southeast States - Version 3

The Humminbird SmartStrike SouthEast States Edition, Version 3 Map Card combines many of the best fishing waters for Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, and Tennessee all on one map card.

SmartStrike is a family of map cards that parallels the standard Humminbird LakeMaster editions. Coverage area and lake lists remain the same and both are compatible with Humminbird legacy models, HELIX, and the ONIX/ION units. The difference is that when a SmartStrike card is used in an ONIX/ION or HELIX unit, it has the special capability of using the Contour Elite search functions on (and only on) any of the High Definition lake maps for that card. It's like looking into a digital crystal ball.

Humminbird SmartStrike takes you straight to the action by showing you where the fish are biting at any given moment. Based on search parameters like fish species, season, time of day, and weather conditions, the SmartStrike engine searches depth ranges, type of structure, proximity, and more to highlight areas on High Definition* lake maps where your prey is most likely to be located- before you even wet a line. Build a custom SmartStrike search and millions of data points are searched to return areas based on the criteria you choose. No more guessing, fruitless searching, or wasted casts. Just fishing.

With the SmartStrike map card you enjoy all of the LakeMaster features including the following:
  • i-Pilot® Link™ compatible
  • Easy to read contours
  • Depth Highlight Range
  • Water Level Offset
  • Shallow Water Highlight
  • Scrollable Lake List

*SmartStrike full search functionality is exclusive to High-Definition waters only and Humminbird ONIX/ION units.
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Humminbird SmartStrike Southeast States - Version 3 600039-3 HUMMINBIRD SMARTSTRIKE SOUTHEAST STATES
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