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Old 04-14-06, 07:00 AM   #1
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Anyone know a good site to get GPS coordinates or how to obtain them to enter in my handheld. I have a couple of websites that have the lakes I fish but I would like to narrow down my search time on the water for certain spots. For instance I fish Lake monticello alot and there is a road bed that is out in the middle of the lake and I cant find the dang thing. What I would like to do is enter in the coordinates and let the GPS do the work for me.
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Old 04-14-06, 08:50 AM   #2
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What kind of GPS do you have? I have a Magellan Sport track topo. It came with software called MapSend Topo.I use the software to get coordinates. I also use Topozone.com sometimes to get some good topo maps, you can try to get coordinates from it, but I prefer to use the software.
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spend the $100 and get the recerational lakes maps.. bps has them they are worth every penny you do NOT have to unlock the maps just click and download..

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One question though zook. If I understand the info I have read on the recreational maps cd it is for the bigger lakes for instance like Degray table rock etc...Am I right???????
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check out www.angling-technologies.com... see if they have got what you want
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it has every moist spot big enough to float a boat in..including ponds.. some do not have depth contours but oh well. i don't feel like spend $300 for a nc state map the shows every lake and it's topo..

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it has every moist spot big enough to float a boat in..including ponds.. some do not have depth contours but oh well. i don't feel like spend $300 for a nc state map the shows every lake and it's topo..

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Thanks buddy. That was the answer I was looking fer. Now where's my damn credit card.
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