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Navigate through Lake Fork like the best guides, experienced local anglers, and top bass fishing professionals.​ Discover safer access to the heavily timbered and less pressured areas of Lake Fork, Texas.



850+ Guide Lane Waypoints
200+ SRA Bouy Lane Waypoints


Guide Lanes were carefully mapped out during the 2014 drought when the lake was 7' low, the lowest point since its final filling stages in 1985.

  • Refund & Exchange Policy

    Digital Download Refunds or Exchanges are not available. There are no refunds or exchanges for another digital file once payment has been made. Files will be available for download immediately and e-mailed to your specified address after payment is made. Please check the brand and model of your unit to make certain it is compatible.

  • Disclaimer

    The use of Lake Fork Guide Lanes software or data is done entirely at your own risk.  Lake Fork Guide Lanes and its agents and partners are not responsible for any damage to equipment, devices and other property, personal injury or death resulting from the use of Lake Fork Guide Lanes software or data.


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  • Compatibility

    Will this data work with my graph?

    2004-2020 Models with MATRIX data folder reading capability

    Tested devices: 800/900/1000/1100 SERIES

    HELIX 7, 9, 10, 12


    Contact us to have your Humminbird model added to this list.

  • Install

    Purchasing the downloadable version requires a compatible SD card to transfer the data to. You will need to download this data and upload to your card. Once the data is on the SD card, upload it to your graph. Please note, the capacity of the SD card is important and must not exceed 8 GB (your device may differ).


    Digital download to SD card:


    1.  After your purchase has completed, click the download button. An e-mail with the same download link will be sent after purchase.

    2.  Once the "Lake Fork Guide Lanes Humminbird.ZIP" has downloaded, find the file in your download folder.


    3.  Next, unzip the folder by right-clicking the file "Lake Fork Guide Lanes Humminbird.ZIP" and left-click Unzip or Extract Files. A folder named "Lake Fork Guide Lanes Humminbird" will be created.

    4.  Double click the new folder. Then, cut or copy the folder named "MATRIX" onto an empty SD card. Any size SD card should work for most Humminbird Units.

    5.  Remove/eject SD card from computer.

    Uploading waypoints to your graph:

    1.  Insert SD Card into one of the device slots.

    2.  Wait for the screen to ask if you would like to upload the Nav Data.

    3.  Press the cursor right to reply yes.


    4.  Wait, (10-45 Seconds) for the 1,081 waypoints to load.


    Make sure your graph is running the most up-to-date software version.


    If your graph isn't reading the card, eject and re-insert.

    Most marine navigation units allow a maximum amount of waypoints so before loading Lake Fork Guide Lanes waypoints, make sure that your existing waypoints combined will not exceed the unit's maximum capacity.  If the number of waypoints will exceed the maximum, then put a blank SD card into your graph, find the (Navigation) Tab in Menu, click on (Waypoints, Routes, and Trails), click (Select All And Export to SD Card), click (Yes).  To delete your waypoints after saving them to an SD Card find (Navigation) Tab in Menu, click on (Waypoints, Routes, and Trails), then click (Select All and Delete), click (Yes) to confirm.


    If some waypoints are small and others are large find the Tools Tab in the Menu then change User Mode from Basic to Advanced User Mode then under the Navigation Tab in the Menu, turn Waypoint Decluttering to "OFF". 

    Read Frequently Asked Questions


    Having a specific issue that isn't listed here?


    Contact us for assistance

  • Other Requirements

    A computer USB device with a SD card slot and a microSD/SD card with 2/4/8/16GB capacity. To determine which SD card to use, consider the model year of your device (lower capacity works better for older graphs).