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Re: Anyone ever bought a Guides Boat??
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Also keep in mind that we tend to rig our boats with equipment that is a level or two higher than most would consider. My Ranger620t is rigged with 36 volt minn kotas and 10" -12" humminbirds as compared to a lot of boats I see on walleye central that have 24v motors and 7" -8" birds.

Posted on: 2017/4/12 8:03
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Re: Autochart Live
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Correct. If your not wanting to save then you just record and use then it can be deleted as you record more.

Posted on: 2017/3/23 14:01
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Re: Autochart Live
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Now that you say that. You're right about the unit having 8hrs. I'm not sure about the card though. It isn't unlimited as it's a 32GB card with 16GB for the zero lines data from Google earth and 16GB's of recordable space.

Posted on: 2017/3/23 13:42
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Re: Autochart Live
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A zero lines card will record about 8hrs of data they say.

Posted on: 2017/3/23 13:18
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Re: Autochart Live
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Yes and no. You don't need the PC program to record on a zero lines card($99). However once full you will lose previously recorded data while recording new data. You need the PC program to download data and save, then transfer to an SD card for future use. You can then delete the data and start fresh with the same chip.

Posted on: 2017/3/23 13:17
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Re: Autochart Live
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If you have not purchased yet let me talk a little bit. I would consider the Autochart Pro model as it's only $50 more but gives you the ability to read bottom hardness and make color maps for that. It will take your side imaging data and make 3D maps also. As far as Canada goes it doesn't matter where you're at as the zero lines info for bodies of water comes off Google Earth. It even has the pond we dug on my fathers farm that I will be mapping as soon as the ice goes off it. As far as memory. It will map most lakes you would go on. You then take the chip and down load to your PC. After that you erase the recorded data and start fresh. After making the maps you want on your PC you then save to a new SD card for use in your compatible Humminbird product. There is a list of compatible units on their website. I bought a new Helix 10 for use with mine but my 1198 was compatible and I could use that also. The nice thing about the pro is the Hardness/3D options. Even though Lakemaster has mapped a lake they do not have those options embedded in those chips. This info takes your fishing success to a whole new level.

Posted on: 2017/3/23 8:03
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Re: G Loomis rods
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Go with the high end St Croix, the warranty is better and the rod is every bit as good.

Posted on: 2011/3/11 16:21
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Re: Humminbird 1198
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As far as depth finders go, there are the same unit. The 1197 has "Side Imaging" Amazing once you get used to using it. If you fish muskies, it's a must have. Never again will follow a weed edge casting. Simply run the outside looking for your muskie and cast directly to them.

Posted on: 2010/9/29 9:45
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Re: Bass club in Bemidji area?
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Not any more. Most all of the Bass guy's in town fish money tournaments now. The lack of interest and having to drive down to the cities each month for the meetings(required by bassmater) was too much and it died. I was President foir three years and have noooooo interest in being a part of it again. It takes a lot of work to run one.

Posted on: 2010/5/25 9:32
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Re: LONG LOST LAKE ?
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No, you have to put in on Lard Lake then go accross to the portage.

Posted on: 2009/1/22 14:24
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