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Fish Finder Suggestions #13322042 10/25/19 01:33 PM
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I need some help picking a Fish Finder unit for my kayak. I am looking for something that has maps, as well as down imaging and or side imaging. Dont want to break the bank but willing to buy a quality unit. What do yall suggest?

Re: Fish Finder Suggestions [Re: Mooreg9] #13322084 10/25/19 02:12 PM
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I have a Lowrance Hook 2 5 splitshot with Navionics. Not a break the bank unit but far from a quality unit IMO. I've heard rave reviews on the Raymarine Dragonfly. For my next unit I will look at Raymarine and Hummingbird. Raymarine users say the imaging is far better than Lowrance.


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Re: Fish Finder Suggestions [Re: Mooreg9] #13322274 10/25/19 05:47 PM
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Go to Bass Pro or Cabelas and take a look at the units. If you want top notch imaging at a good price, take a look at the Lowrance Elite Ti-2 with Active Imaging.


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