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Humminbird LakeMaster Digital Map

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$124.99
SKU: F17954
$124.99

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Become the master of your domain or explore new fishing areas with the Humminbird LakeMaster Digital Map! You can hone in on specific regions or buy all the cards for coverage across the entire United States! The map comes loaded on a micro SD card and is compatible with all GPS-equipped Helix and Solix fish finder models. The map card displays easy-to-read contours, depth highlights, shallow water highlights, and water level offset. Whether you're on or off the water, a scrollable list enables you to view and research your next fishing adventure from your Humminbird fish finder. This digital map can be used with Minn Kota i-Pilot link, so you follow a selected depth contour line for precise and automatic boat control. With unrivaled accuracy and detail, you'll have all the tools you need to make every moment on the water count. The Humminbird LakeMaster Digital Map will make you a certified Lake Master in no time!


  • Easy-to-read contours, depth highlight, shallow water highlight, and water level offset
  • Scrollable list allows you to view and research lakes from your Humminbird fish finder on and off the water
  • Can be used with Minn Kota i-Pilot Link, allowing you to follow a selected depth contour line, delivering precise, automatic boat control
  • Compatible with all GPS-equipped Helix and Solix models
  • Includes one micro SD card with full size adapter and water Resistant SD card carrying case
  • Dakotas and Nebraska
    • Over 345 total lakes with contours, 100 of which are in high definition
    • Includes highly requested bodies of water such as: Angostura Reservoir, Bellfourche Reservoir, Devils Lake, Francis Case, Jamestown Reservoir, Lewis and Clark, Oahe, Sakakawea, Sharpe, and Waubay Lake
  • Great Lakes
    • Over 1,540 total lakes with contours, 380 of which are in high definition for Michigan, Indiana, and Ohio
    • Includes highly requested bodies of water such as: Lake Michigan, Lake Superior, Lake Huron, Syracuse Lake, Lake Wawasee, Wamplers Lake, Portage Lake, Torch Lake, Lower Grand River, Spring Lake, Lake St. Clair, St. Clair River, and Detroit River (including the Canadian sides)
  • Great Plains
    • Over 500 total lakes with contours, 400 of which are in high definition for Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Iowa, and Illinois
    • Includes highly requested bodies of water such as: Banner Lake, Bull Shoals Lake, Cedar Lake, East Loon Lake, El Dorado Lake, Illinois River Pools , Keith Sebelius Lake, Lake of the Ozarks, McCanaughy, Mississippi River Pools, Pleasant Creek Lake, Red Rock, Smithville Lake, Table Rock Lake, Three Mile Lake, Truman Reservoir, Twelve Mile Lake, and Wilson Lake
  • Mid-Atlantic States
    • Over 170 total lakes with contours, 45 of which are in high definition for South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, and Delaware
    • Includes highly requested bodies of water such as: Anna, Falls Lake, Greenwood Lake, Hartwell, Hickory, Keowee, Jocassee, Stonewall Jackson Lake and more
  • Mid-South States
    • Over 385 total lakes with contours, 270 of which are in high definition for Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Mississippi
    • Includes highly requested bodies of water such as: Brady Branch Reservoir, Caddo, DeQueen (AR), Eufaula (OK), Grand Lake of the Cherokees, Livingston, Nacodgoches, Norfork, Robert S Kerr, Skiatook, Tawakoni and more
  • Minnesota
    • Over 3,325 total lakes with contours, 700 of which are in high definition for Minnesota
    • Includes highly requested bodies of water such as: Bemidji, Gull Lake Chain, Leech, Mille Lacs, Minnetonka, Vermilion, Winnibigoshish and more
  • Northeast States
    • Over 1700 total lakes with contours, 130 of which are in high definition for Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine
    • Includes newly surveyed bodies of water in ME such as: Annabessacook, Big Pond, Chickawaukie, Crescent, Maranacook, Messalonskee, Panther Pond, Parker Pond, Pleasant, Sabattus, Sebago, Thomas Pond, Threemile Pond, Unity Pond, and Wilson Pond
    • Includes newly surveyed bodies of water in NY such as: Cayuga, Oneida, Seneca, Six Mile, St. Lawrence Iroquois to Moses, and Thousand Islands
    • Includes newly surveyed bodies of water in PA, VT, and NH such as: Chambers, Raystown, St. Lawrence Moses East, Champlain and Ossipee
  • Ontario
    • Over 550 total lakes with contours for Ontario; additional coverage exists for many border waters and the Great Lakes: Michigan, Superior, Huron, Erie & Ontario.
    • Includes highly requested bodies of water such as: Lake Michigan, Lake Superior, Lake Huron, Beaver Island and both shorelines for Lake St. Clair, St. Clair River, and Detroit River
    • Also includes high definition maps in the U.S. for Crane, Kabetogama, Namakan and Sand Point in MN; Barr, Bear, Macatawa, Pentwater, Pere Marquette and Skegemog in MI
  • Southeast States
    • Over 760 total lakes with contours, 300 of which are in high definition for Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, and Tennessee
    • Includes high definition maps such as: Dale Hollow, Green River, Martin, Sidney Lanier, Watts Barr, Weiss, and more
  • Western States
    • Over 1,150 total lakes with contours, 77 of which are in high definition for Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, and Wyoming
    • Includes high definition maps of popular lakes such as: Clear Lake, Don Pedro Reservoir, Isabella, Oroville, Pleasant, Shasta and many more
  • Wisconsin
    • Over 1,700 total lakes with contours, 260 of which are in high definition for Wisconsin
    • Includes newly surveyed bodies of water such as: Lake Michigan (North, South and Central); Sturgeon Bay, Loon Lake, Mississippi River Pool #4, Lost Land, Teal Lake and many more
  • Woods/Rainy
    • Over 810,000 surveyed acres and high definition maps for nearly all of Lake of the Woods; the detail covers all U.S. and Canadian water from Big Narrow through Big Traverse and Sabaskong Bays North to Sioux Narrow and West beyond Deadbroke Channel
    • Includes popular bodies of water such as: Blueberry Inlet, Deadbroke Channel, Long Bay, Sunset Channel, Black Sturgeon Bay, Yellow Girl Bay Rainy Lake, the Rainy River, Redgut and Rice Bay, all of Lakes Kabetogama, Namakan, Sand Point and Crane Lake

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