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#12522458 - 12/01/17 07:04 AM fish finder?
tbass Offline
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Registered: 05/16/07
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any thoughts on a graph for my yak? I like simple and cheap thanks

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#12522634 - 12/01/17 09:06 AM Re: fish finder? [Re: tbass]
Todd™ Offline
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Simple and cheap would probably be one of the PiranhaMAX's by Humminbird for around $100. My thoughts are that you get the most in a graph that you can afford and emphasize on screen size and quality. Most are simple and all you really have to do is turn them on and go. No special setups to make them work. Save a little and maybe go used to get more.
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#12522840 - 12/01/17 11:28 AM Re: fish finder? [Re: Todd™]
Shaun Russell Offline
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Originally Posted By: Todd™
Simple and cheap would probably be one of the PiranhaMAX's by Humminbird for around $100. My thoughts are that you get the most in a graph that you can afford and emphasize on screen size and quality. Most are simple and all you really have to do is turn them on and go. No special setups to make them work. Save a little and maybe go used to get more.

Couldn’t say it any better then Todd did.
I would add that before you buy one you visit a store that has several in display. Remember you will see them a lot better in the store without the sun glare.
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#12534154 - Yesterday at 11:45 PM Re: fish finder? [Re: tbass]
Mulholland Online   content
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Registered: 10/28/13
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Buy used. People upgrade constantly and used are cheap as new outsourced and undercuts the old. Entry level graphs now are nicer than top of the line graphs not even 10 years ago? And the only major difference is screen size at a certain point, which for a kayak is easy. 1 until not two, don't need GPS, and even a elite 4dsi looks more like a 7 when it is basically a handheld unit for you. As close as it is on the console, a larger unit is more a hindrance to movement hogging space and extra weight to carry is always a detractor.

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