You can find some lakemaster paper maps that have a few gps coordinates on it but I'm not sure which lakes are available. I'm sure a quick google search will yeild some results for you.
Thats going to be your best bet since I don't think too many guys will be willing to give up their personal map with all of their GPS locations mapped out on it.
Sounds like you have been to the lake before so you should have a general idea of where to go. Might just take a few extra holes to get dialed in on the exact spot. A little extra work builds character
Relying on technology for 100% of your fishing spots opens you up to situations like this. I always try to triangulate my spots as best I can marking my position relative to shore line features. Its a good old school back up in case you leave the gps at home or it drops down a hole.
Your other option might be to download Google Earth and try to get the GPS points from that. I tried it once to find a vacant lot that a friend owned in Texas and it worked fairly well as I found what I was looking for with relative ease, but I wasn't trying to get within 10 or 15 feet.
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