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Humminbird Contour Elite - Mid-Atlantic States - Version 2.0

<p>Humminbird Contour Elite - Mid-Atlantic States - Version 2.0</p>
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Humminbird Contour Elite - Mid-Atlantic States - Version 2.0

The Contour Elite MidAtlantic Edition, Version 1 fishing computer software is designed to put you on fish. The MidAtlantic Edition includes coverage in Delaware, Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina. State-of-the-art mapping technology paired with the most accurate lake data available means you can stop wandering around the lake.

Imagine finding a hot spot and in seconds your computer identifies all other areas of the lake with similar characteristics. Just enter a species, time of year, and time of day and your computer searches the entire lake and gives you exact fishing coordinates. Navigate to these areas using your GPS or even a laptop computer right on the water.

Features:

  • Lake level adjustment: Contour depths and search results are adjusted based on water level
  • Add waypoints in 3D view: Now you can add waypoints while viewing the lake in the 3D viewer
  • Improvements in the find similar areas feature to provide more precise results

Compatible with Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10.

Minimum PC Requirements:

  • 1 Ghz Pentium 4 or Athlon CPU (2 Ghz recommended)
  • 512 MB Ram (1024 MB Ram recommended)
  • 10 GB Free hard drive
  • Windows XP or greater
  • DVD-ROM Drive

NOTE: 

  • Contour Elite is a COMPUTER PRODUCT only, CD's are not compatible with GPS units. 
  • Owners will only be able to view the maps using a compatible computer. 
  • Only our DIGITAL SD MAP CARDS are compatible with Humminbird® fish finders.
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