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What kind of maps do you use?

  • Good old TOPO Maps!

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  • GPS Maps for me!

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  • Combination of both. I don't trust the GPS entirely but I won't go without it!

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Just wanted to share this with the NB Fishing community...
Has anyone picked up a copy of this? Any Feedback?

Also, we're always looking to support large local events (Fishing derby's, Club events, etc...) so PM us and we'll see what we can do!

NEW BRUNSWICK BACKROAD MAPBOOK (1st Edition)
Map & Reference Features:

• Topographic land features
• Up to date logging & industrial road systems
• Trail systems (Hiking, Biking, ATV & Snowmobile)
• Wildlife Management Zones
• Fishing Hotspots
• Paddling Routes, Put-ins & Portages
• Camping (Everything from Prov Parks to crown land sites)

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For more information:
www.backroadmapbooks.com
 

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Just wanted to share this with the NB Fishing community...
Has anyone picked up a copy of this? Any Feedback?

Also, we're always looking to support large local events (Fishing derby's, Club events, etc...) so PM us and we'll see what we can do!

NEW BRUNSWICK BACKROAD MAPBOOK (1st Edition)
Map & Reference Features:

• Topographic land features
• Up to date logging & industrial road systems
• Trail systems (Hiking, Biking, ATV & Snowmobile)
• Wildlife Management Zones
• Fishing Hotspots
• Paddling Routes, Put-ins & Portages
• Camping (Everything from Prov Parks to crown land sites)

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For more information:
www.backroadmapbooks.com
I have a PDF version of the Backroads NB that I use along with several others and my Canada Topo on my GPS
 

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i have one in my car and one sitting beside me...!!!
it doesn`t list everything but it`s the best that`s out there.


i tease flyakfisher about it all the time. he`s looking fior a particular type of fish...and it says what lake they are in, in southern nb if you look carefully. i actually went through mine and high lighted the species with a color code for quick reference. i`ve used it a lot of times to plan driving routes for the best fishing and kayaking along the way.
 

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The back woods maps are exceelent compared to the nb Atlas that I've been using for years. The elevations are clear, the overall detail is better, most roads that are on the maps actually exist and the main trucking roads are marked bolder than other dirt roads which makes it easier to travel into new country. Definitly worth buying. My only beef with it is that the scale is a little small.
 
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