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"Bizer continues to have the most accurate depth information of Lake Winnipesaukee and Lake Winnisquam....This feature is not on any other chart of these lakes." True?


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No. The lakes were surveyed by New Hampshire Fish and Game in the '60s. They did a fine job. Later, Fish and Game presented Duncan Fitchet with the data and Duncan worked it into his map. Sally Fichet bought the copyrights to the charts, partly so could use that depth data in her current chart. The depths don't change.

For example, notice the depth differences in the two maps of Meredith Bay, particularly the 12 and 100 foot-depths on the Winnipesaukee Duncan Press chart, which are not noted on the Bizer maps.

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