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Basic GPS #12691149
03/27/18 02:18 PM
03/27/18 02:18 PM
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Treybiz Offline OP
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I've got an older lowrance at the helm that decided to stop working. This particular boat will probably never leave the lakehouse (Whitney).

Just looking for a basic Fish Finder/GPS. Been Looking at the Hook2-7 and the Helix 7.

Any opinions?

Trey

Re: Basic GPS [Re: Treybiz] #12691598
03/27/18 06:18 PM
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Oops, I meant to post this in general equipment.

Re: Basic GPS [Re: Treybiz] #12695426
03/30/18 12:27 AM
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Humminbird.


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2019 Nautic Star 215 XTS Shallow Bay Boat
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