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On a Budget #13572000 05/26/20 08:16 PM
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I'm looking for a decent fish finder under $700. I fish for Sandies and Hybrids most with a little LMB thrown in on Cooper, Tawakoni, and Fork. What would you guys recommend?


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Re: On a Budget [Re: slim1] #13572328 05/27/20 01:54 AM
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Take a look at what you can get in the HOOK2 series with Lowrance to stay under your budget. If you could expand your budget by $100, see what you can get the Elite Ti2 7-inch unit with Active Imaging. Good discount/rebate going on right now with most of the Lowrance Elite Ti2 series.


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