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    I have to replace my handheld gps and looking for suggestions before buying a new one. I had a Garmin which I really liked but open to other manufacturers .I want one that I can use for hunting as well as
    fishing that marks waypoints and routes on land and water. Thanks

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    I would stick with a Garmin. I have a 64s with Ontario Backroads map chip. It works very well and battery life is good.
    Last edited by rick_iles; January 9th, 2019 at 07:44 PM.

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    Personally I would stick with Garmin, they seem to have the market covered. I use and older Garmin 76cx and can add micro chips as needed. I've also got an ancient Lowrance 212, put them side by side and they show the same basic info within a couple feet. Both also have 12v power cable if the batteries die.

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    At work we all use Garmin GPSMAP78. Affordable and works great. Waterproof and it floats.
    "When you piss in the wind, you will get your feet wet."
    Deer Hunter

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    I'd go with the garmin 64 as well. I haven't tried others other than a first-generation Magellan.

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    I'm another 64s user, good little unit, you can google free topo maps for it. It does all the things you listed.

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    Thanks guys for your suggestions. I think I will go with the 64s. It is $120 cheaper at Sail over Cabela"s.

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