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Casco Bay to Saco Bay Maine Image

Casco Bay to Saco Bay Maine

SKU: 101F


Side A has complete coverage from mouth of Kennebunk River to Portland, with excellent coverage of Saco Bay. This chart also covers up the Saco River to Biddeford, with Richmond Island and Stratton Island,  out to West Cod Ledge.

Side B has good coverage inside Portland Harbor to Cape Small, and up the New Meadows River to Long Island. All of the Islands in Casco Bay as far as Maquoit Bay to the north and Halfway Rock to the south are also illustrated. On this new line of waterproof, large print charts, we have pinpointed dozens of specific areas with the major species caught in that area, such as striped bass, bluefish, tuna, Atlantic cod, or mackeral. We have also added bait areas and dozens of high accuracy GPS coordinates for fishing areas as well as navigational aids.

An included detailed facilities guide gives you boat ramp and marina locations and even dining options while out on the water. If you are fishing this area you will want to add this to your tackle box. This chart comes folded and inserted in a folder with artist rendering on cover. WGS84/World Mercator Datum.

25" x 38"

Price: $23.49

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Waterproof Charts are designed specifically for recreational boaters, fishermen and divers. These charts are beautifully printed on synthetic paper for use on deck in any weather, rain, or spray!

Great features for one affordable price:

  • Waterproof - using their own patented design.
  • Tear resistant - you can't ruin them!
  • Foldable - they'll fit in your console or tackle box!
  • Affordable - printed on both sides so they save money!
  • Accurate - used by the Coast Guard and Navy!
  • Complete - many combine multiple NOAA charts into one document!
  • Simple to use - GPS coordinates and units!
  • Easy to read - all charts are 25" x 38"!
  • Up-to-Date - regularly updated to reflect the most recent information.
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