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  1. What style of boat did you install the AP in, inboard, outboard etc. Did you do the work yourself?
  2. Appreciate all the information you guy's have provided, very helpful and now I have a good understanding of the different gps units and the maps they can use. I met with Rick at Sodus pt last Friday and he was extremely knowledgeable.. Only now after talking with him I think I want autopilot too, LOL!
  3. It is somewhat confusing understanding which unit has which map for Ontario, which unit is a true gps unit with the ability to use a map card. I see the "x" is listed as a non mapping unit on the Lowrance website but it isn't explained very well. So the Garmin base lakevu map does cover all of Lake Ontario? Walleyeandre-The link to the navionics is exactly what I am after. I have used it on my cell phone and really appreciate the detail. It looks like for a decent unit with the Navionics map are all running in the 1K range. Even buying a cheaper unit (less features) and adding the map will bring the cost up close to 1K. The boat I just traded in has a Garmin and I have been happy with it, just didn't have mapping capabilities. Thanks again everyone for all your input, much appreciated!!
  4. What did you end up doing, were you able to return the card, or switch to a different unit? Thanks for the reply!
  5. Thank you, this is exactly the type of good information I am looking for!
  6. Hello, Looking to outfit a new boat with a GPS fish finder. I am so confused as to which "built in" maps will actually work on Lake Ontario. I see 4000, 9000 lakes "included" on various models, but none seem to include Lake Ontario. I don't really need side scan or many of the bells and whistles. It seems to get a decent unit with a "included" map of Lake Ontario is hard to find. Which map are you using? Your input would be appreciated!
  7. I am interested. Live in the area. Sent you a message.
  8. I am very sorry to hear of his passing. I never met him but really appreciated his spoons. There is a 34lb King hanging on my living room wall with a Sutton #38 in her mouth that I caught her on back during the first week of August in 1989.. RIP...
  9. BUC is the source most banks and others use when looking for a closer true market value of a used boat. That 50HP Honda is a desirable motor and holds its value well, especially with the low hours. The boat looks to be well cared for.
  10. The best it's (perch) been in many, many years...
  11. I have been picking up some small-mouth in lake Ontario along the south shore.. Not much luck with Senko's, worm variations, or Ned rigs this season. Best action for me has been flat line trolling deep divers in 27 to 32 feet of water along the drop offs.
  12. LOL! The Lake Ontario nearshore forecast is almost ALWAYS wrong.. Not sure where they get their information from but usually when they predict 1 foot or less, with winds out of the north west, you can expect bigger waves.. You would think they would actually check their forecast for accuracy now and then, but like I said, the report is almost always wrong....I live close to the lake and found the best way to know is to drive down to the closest lake view (for me) at Bear creek and take a walk out and see for myself..
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