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GPS cowardinance Jun 13, 2021 7:02 am #31796

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Does anyone have or know the cowardinance where Illinois, Michigan and Indiana meet
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GPS cowardinance Jun 13, 2021 9:46 am #31805

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45-13 is where they intersect. 45 the north south number is Indiana line straight across the Illinois Michigan line runs at a angle. East west numbers if u stay above 13 should be Illinois. 

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GPS cowardinance Jun 13, 2021 9:51 am #31806

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Thank you very much.  Have a great day!

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GPS cowardinance Jun 13, 2021 12:44 pm #31808

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Does anyone have or know the cowardinance where Illinois, Michigan and Indiana meet.

You may know this but I am assuming you do not; there is a resource page in the home section that has a Topo map and POI’s attached to it. Expand the map and see the marked areas. They are named and have their respective gps coordinates with them. Longitude and latitude lines are there also. That info will let figure most any place on the south end.


 

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GPS cowardinance Jun 13, 2021 1:55 pm #31812

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You are correct, I did not know. Thank you for this information. 

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Maybe we can talk Dirty into putting  a marker on the intersection of the state lines that form the 3 corners. There is a ton on intel on that map. You can even change how you see the map. Satellite or a road map type view. I used it to pre load fishing waypoints for my Garmin unit.
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GPS cowardinance Jun 13, 2021 3:45 pm #31815

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I hadn't realized everything the home tab has. I opened to may and found exactly what I was looking for. 

It's great and I'll certainly use it more.

Great resource and tool.

Thanks for the info. 

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Maybe we can talk Dirty into putting  a marker on the intersection of the state lines that form the 3 corners. There is a ton on intel on that map. You can even change how you see the map. Satellite or a road map type view. I used it to pre load fishing waypoints for my Garmin unit.


I could probably put it on if everyone finds it useful.  I just kind of figured its on any graph with a map/gps.  The few I have had its there, but maybe not all.
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GPS cowardinance Jun 17, 2021 7:43 am #31862

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The north number is actually 45.7 for Indiana/other state border.  I used to know the exact east west numbers for the Mich/IL border, but I don't recall them anymore since my Chart shows the lines. Still, since the line isn't due north, it's a moving target. Pardy is probably close that 13 is about right, but it fades to ever smaller numbers as you go farther north.  

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GPS cowardinance Jun 17, 2021 8:34 am #31867

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Thank you for your reply. Since I posted my question I received several good replies including yours, so I checked the map that downloaded on my Hook Reveal 9 and it shows the boundaries so I got it made. 

I just wanted to make sure I didn't get into Illinois waters and not have a license. 

Since the non resident fishing license for Illinois is $31 plus the stamp I'll just buy it so I can fish Illinois water. 

It would be crazy to make the trip to the corners and realize the fish are 2 miles into Illinois waters and not have a license. 

Thandie you for your reply.

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