Just purchased the lakemaster for indiana/ohio. I love it so far, but it is new and dont have experience navionics. Lakemaster has some features that I think were neat: highlight targeted water depths, 1 foot increments on many lakes, good accuracy, etc. I looked at both. I hated buy chip for only in/oh but dont fish often out of state, so it was not a major factor in getting a larger region. Good luck,
I agree that the features on lakemasters seem better. I got a lakemasters with the GPS I bought but it does not have the lake I fish 3 or 4 times a week. So I am sell it to get a Navionics. If you know anyone looking let me know! I would trade it for a Navionics as well!
Navionics has a more extensive data base of lakes, over 1,000 of which are in HD. Data is updated on a daily basis. Plus this year Navionics is adding more lakes with new surveys. You also get one free year of updates and a free PC app.
I think so. Some lakes not the case but erie its comparable to navionics. There is some contours on insight that navionics is missing.
Lowrance is selling a chip as well Insight hd which has even more. So far Im impressed.
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