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Graphs and trolling motor question #14091274 08/11/21 04:28 PM
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So have been out of fishing since early 2000ā€™s and have the bug to get after it again. I know this is kind of a Ford,Chevy, and Dodge question, but looking at trolling motors and graphs things have changed a great deal. My question is looking at Minn Kota - Hummingbird, Lowrance tm and graphs those are what Iā€™m looking at. What are the pluses and minuses to both? I have always been a Lowrance fan but also hear a lot of great things about Hummingbirds also. thanks in advance

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Really, now that they all have their own version of livescope, there's not a big difference at all. I prefer lowrance for workability and storage capacity. The birds won't hold all the info I have just for rayburn. The advantage with the birds are 360 and lakemaster mapping. All the brands have good imaging and will show fish

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