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Thread: Best charts? For geo bay & central on lakes for solix humminbird

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    What charts would be best to use in my 2- new Solix 10 Gen 3's for Georgian Bay and inland lakes in Central Ontario? I bought one Auto Chart zero Lines . Do I need 2 if I am networking the units together? I'm about to install one on a Stowaway mount on the bow and one on a Geigertec pro mount at the helm of my new G3 Angler V18SF . Thanks!

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    I used the Lake Master Ontario V2 on my boat last year. I have the Humminbird Helix. I found it worked okay for me although quite a few of the lakes I like to fish weren't included on that program. I am looking to purchase something else as well that includes more lakes. Any recommendations ?

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    My favourite walleye lake isnít charted so I started making my own using the AutoChart feature on my Humminbird. Sweet!
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    I'll have to try to do the same ... I m not great at operating any sort of electronics so it may take a while... I have watched a number of you tube videos that are helping me learn how to use my Humminbird

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    Cabelas had Navionics+, Us and Can chips on sale….
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    Navionics is still the best in Ontario in my opinion
    I've got both Navionics and Lakemaster and the Navionics has way more detail and is more accurate

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    If you are ever curious at which to get I suggest go to Navionics website and take a look at the chart viewer. You can see what lakes are and aren't included.
    If you are interested in Navionics you can always download the app to your cellphone and have 14 days free to try it out before deciding.

    Lakemaster on the other hand has lists on their website, Less interactive but will atleast give you the lakes covered.

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