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Old 10-14-11, 03:52 PM   #1
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Was fishing over the weekend with a great group of people. One of them is extremely knowledgeable with lowarance.
I have a lowrance 520. Here is my question. He was saying that lowrance had a program were i could send in my older navonics card and upgrade to a more current one with a rebate.
Can i do this if so how. Plus what would be the best navonics card for me to get?
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Navionics is a separate company, and they used to have a trade-in program. I think that has been discontinued, but you can call them at 800-848-5896. I prefer the Navionics Hotmaps Premium cards. See below for their description of the various products:

Q. What is the difference between HotMaps, HotMaps Premium, HotMaps Platinum, HotMaps Explorer & HotMaps Paper?
A. The main differences are in number of lakes and features. Here is a breakdown:
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