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I was looking into purchasing a lakemaster plus or navionics hotmaps platinum  for my humminbird 898c si. I fish south Florida canals and know there not recorded with data. I want satilete coverage that shows all of Florida. Which one has that or does it just show what's around the water. Thanks for any help. 

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You can view the current maps for Navionics on their website's Web App--both map layers.

You can also turn on the Satellite Overlay as see what is covered, select Menu, then Map Options, and click on Satellite.

Some of the canals do have Navionics Sonar Charts contours.

What you see on the Web App is what you could have on the Hotmaps Platinum South card.

Someone with the Lakemaster Pro Southeast card would have to comment about that product.

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44 minutes ago, Wayne P. said:

You can view the current maps for Navionics on their website's Web App--both map layers.

You can also turn on the Satellite Overlay as see what is covered, select Menu, then Map Options, and click on Satellite.

Some of the canals do have Navionics Sonar Charts contours.

What you see on the Web App is what you could have on the Hotmaps Platinum South card.

Someone with the Lakemaster Pro Southeast card would have to comment about that product.

Thanks, will have to do that when I get home. 

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11 hours ago, THfishing said:

The Navionics Platinum Plus might be your best bet for covering Florida and some of the tidal areas  towards the keys. You will love the satellite overlay feature specially when your fishing way back in uncharted areas its easier to get your bearings. If your fishing more so the lakes and stuff I would do the HotMaps Platinum which is still a wonderful card with satellite overlay feature. You will have SonarCharts on both cards which will give you 1ft contours. 

Thanks

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