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Product Manufacturer: Navionics
I have been using a Raymarine a78 plotter for a couple years now, with no complaints. I think that\'s mainly because I didn\'t realize what the possibilities were. I put a Navionics+ chip in and the entire plotter changed. It was unreal. Jagged shorelines became true to life shapes. The chip has one-foot depth contours that show me holes and humps, which are vital to my kind of fishing. No more numbers that seem to make sense, you can tell exactly how deep you are at any given moment. It\'s also got all the channels marked and shows buoys and other navigational aids.
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\nPretty impressed with the whole thing. I don\'t have a screenshot from the plotter, but I got the app for my phone and it looks almost exactly like the plotter did.
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    Default Navionics + chip

    Product Manufacturer: Navionics
    I have been using a Raymarine a78 plotter for a couple years now, with no complaints. I think that's mainly because I didn't realize what the possibilities were. I put a Navionics+ chip in and the entire plotter changed. It was unreal. Jagged shorelines became true to life shapes. The chip has one-foot depth contours that show me holes and humps, which are vital to my kind of fishing. No more numbers that seem to make sense, you can tell exactly how deep you are at any given moment. It's also got all the channels marked and shows buoys and other navigational aids.

    Pretty impressed with the whole thing. I don't have a screenshot from the plotter, but I got the app for my phone and it looks almost exactly like the plotter did.

    Click image for larger version.

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    GreyGhost, kevcoachk, and lewisfishing like this.


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