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Depth finders #13530615 04/23/20 01:14 AM
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If you had a choice which one would you choose(these are all used units)
1)lowrance elite 7
2)lowrance hds9 gen2
3)hummingbird 997c

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Re: Depth finders [Re: RPD] #13530635 04/23/20 01:26 AM
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2 - Bigger is better, and when you want to add other electronics, I think this is the newest that will still be able to network.


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Re: Depth finders [Re: RPD] #13530638 04/23/20 01:28 AM
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I've been a lowrance guy my entire life, I honestly would go with the hummingbird, I'll be moving away from lowrance later this year. My experience has been- Their [censored] just doesn't last more than two years before troubles start.

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