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    Re: Looking up Lakes?

    Thank you very much!

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    Re: Looking up Lakes?

    This is a good source of the info you need.

    http://www.dbw.ca.gov/maps/facilityi...eld=WATER_BODY

    On the left of the page you can type in the name of the body of water you want to know about. It will give you a good map and facility info. You need to be accurate in you entry of the lake though. If it's a resv. and you type lake it won't find it. Good for darn near any body of water in Ca.
    Thanks, Mark

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    Re: Looking up Lakes?

    Best way probably is to just google each lake and filter for maps or before you fish any lake hit the info center and get the lakes map/pamphlet. I like the Eastbay maps because they have topography n all

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    Looking up Lakes?

    Is there a way to look up maps lakes on the Fish Sniffer? I usually go on mapquest but these maps have the bare minimum. I wanted one that showed the names of coves and would really like on that has a "X" for the best fishing spot.

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