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Handheld GPS for marking crappie spots on the water

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By bridgetroll - Posted on 08 February 2011

I am wanting to purchase a new hand held GPS for the water I have researched and talked with other people just wanting more advise. And pro's and con's and one's to walk away from.

44mag's picture

I use A Garmin Vista, you you can buy the lake maps for this handheld GPS. They come on a micro sd card and you just plug it in and you have lake maps.

Ray's picture

I use a Garmin GPSMAP 76. They are simple to use and they float. The screen is larger than the average handheld GPS. Also they hold 1000 waypoints and have a good PC interface.


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Points that are in a creek, bay or on the main lake that are not associated with the junction of two major bodies of water. Besides primary or main points, all other points on the main lake and in the bays are secondary points.

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