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Looking for a decent fish finder $500 and under. #13442636 02/17/20 11:47 PM
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I would love to buy one of those huge units that are loaded with stuff but just can't get myself to spend that kind of money. I don't mind used stuff when it's a decent price though.


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Re: Looking for a decent fish finder $500 and under. [Re: Captain Cook] #13442765 02/18/20 02:20 AM
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I got a 73SV Garmin. 400 would take it. PM if interested.


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Re: Looking for a decent fish finder $500 and under. [Re: Captain Cook] #13442975 02/18/20 12:39 PM
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For a little more, BPS has the Lowrance 9Ti for $599, reg $999.

Re: Looking for a decent fish finder $500 and under. [Re: joebass2] #13442999 02/18/20 01:05 PM
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+ free install

Re: Looking for a decent fish finder $500 and under. [Re: Captain Cook] #13443087 02/18/20 02:28 PM
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I have a Humminbird 859 DI $300 shipped TYD.

Re: Looking for a decent fish finder $500 and under. [Re: Captain Cook] #13443153 02/18/20 03:06 PM
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garmin Striker 7 Side image, down image , 2 d , gps $320 picked up in Murchison [Linked Image]

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Re: Looking for a decent fish finder $500 and under. [Re: T-racer @ Mallard Marine] #13443158 02/18/20 03:12 PM
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Originally Posted by T-racer @ Mallard Marine
I got a 73SV Garmin. 400 would take it. PM if interested.


Trace is that a plus Unit?


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Re: Looking for a decent fish finder $500 and under. [Re: Captain Cook] #13443248 02/18/20 04:10 PM
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If your not in a big hurry I have a h-bird 998c side imager that I'm planning on replacing very soon...

Re: Looking for a decent fish finder $500 and under. [Re: catching all I can] #13443337 02/18/20 05:26 PM
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Originally Posted by catching all I can
+ free install


Who is installing for free?

Re: Looking for a decent fish finder $500 and under. [Re: Captain Cook] #13443391 02/18/20 06:15 PM
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I have a Lowrance Elite 7 CHIRP with DI, 2D, and GPS complete package with cover that I'll take $275 for.

Re: Looking for a decent fish finder $500 and under. [Re: Captain Cook] #13443661 02/18/20 10:41 PM
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Lowrance HDS 7 Gen 1 with power cord, mounting bracket, and ram mount, works perfect, no transducer $300 shipped

Re: Looking for a decent fish finder $500 and under. [Re: Captain Cook] #13444009 02/19/20 05:25 AM
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https://www.ebay.com/itm/Humminbird-HELIX-7-G3-Chirp-Mega-DI-Sonar-GPS-Fishing-Finder-410940-1-BRAND-NEW/223910860054?epid=11030516051&hash=item3422209516:g:7PcAAOSwArtePPpc

As long as you don't need networking this is a good graph. I sold my used one for $325 a month ago so you can find used less than $400. Only issue with the 7's vs the 8's is it doesn't have the 3 presets and the warranty is one year instead of 2. But you can't find an 8 for less than $799 new.

Re: Looking for a decent fish finder $500 and under. [Re: Captain Cook] #13444116 02/19/20 01:25 PM
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I have 2 Humminbird 700 series finders for sale. Complete setup for $325. Network and all the wires.
https://texasfishingforum.com/forums/ubbthreads.php/topics/13405182/1

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Re: Looking for a decent fish finder $500 and under. [Re: Captain Cook] #13444259 02/19/20 02:53 PM
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I just sent you a pm on a 9" graph.

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