Garmin Fishfinders

Highest Rated Fishfinders
1Humminbird Helix 5 SI GPS4.894.894.894.894.89
2Raymarine Dragonfly 5PRO4.864.864.864.864.86
3Garmin echoMap 43dv4.834.834.834.834.83
4Humminbird Helix 5 DI GPS4.634.634.634.634.63
5Lowrance Elite 4 CHIRP4.84.84.84.84.8
Garmin echoMap 53dv Review

Garmin echoMap 53dv Review

Overall Rating4.54.54.54.54.5

The Garmin echoMap 53dv has a 5 inch high-contrast color display with keypad control and a MicroSD port. The LakeVu cartography and mapping solution provides you with instant access to over 17,000 lakes and rivers throughout North America.

Garmin echoMAP 73sv Review

Garmin echoMAP 73sv Review

Overall Rating22222

New for 2015 is the Garmin echoMAP 73sv fish finder/chartplotter. The unit comes with the power/data cable, a quick-release and flush mounts, a protective cover, the GT 40-TM, 12-pin transducer, all of the necessary hardware and an owner’s manual. The quick-release mount is exclusive to Garmin and enables anglers to permanently install the swivel mount and cable.

Garmin echoMAP 93sv Review

Garmin echoMAP 93sv Review

Overall Rating44444

Combining GPS with sonar and detailed mapping, Garmin has created a fishfinder unmatched by any rivals in its price range. With the Garmin echoMAP 93sv, the challenge of guessing where the fish are is virtually at an end, and the fisherman can focus on the real sport of getting the fish to take the bait.

Garmin echoMap 43dv Review

Garmin echoMap 43dv Review

Overall Rating4.834.834.834.834.83

echoMAP 43dv is the new addition to the Garmin’s growing line-up of sonar products. Upon opening the box, anglers find the head unit, the power and data cable, the quick-release mount, GT20-TM/4-pin transducer, a trolling motor mount and all of the necessary mounting hardware in addition to the manual.

Garmin echo 501c Review

Garmin echo 501c Review

Overall Rating4.334.334.334.334.33

Garmin created the Echo 501c for quick installation and implementation into a fishing arsenal. Whether a novice, weekend angler or tournament professional, the user-friendly unit capably finds the fish. A power, directional/menu and enter button are all the controls needed to operate the device. Initial set-up merely requests that the user choose the desired language,

Garmin echoMap 50dv Review

Garmin echoMap 50dv Review

Overall Rating55555

The Garmin echoMAP 50dv has a 5-inch display, which provides VGA-quality imaging. Built into the echoMAP 50dv is Garmin’s trademarked High-Definition Identification target tracking technology. Better known as HD-ID, it provides a super clear image of the area under the boat.

Garmin echoMap 70dv Review

Garmin echoMap 70dv Review

Overall Rating55555

Garmin echoMap 70dv combines excellent sonar used on the echo series with the Garmin’s brand new DownVu technology, 10Hz GPS receiver, and a brilliant, touchscreen display. The echoMap 70dv has it all and is one of the finest fishfinders we have come across in a long time.

Garmin echo 551dv Review

Garmin echo 551dv Review

Overall Rating4.54.54.54.54.5

The echo 551dv is a new fishfinder from Garmin that offers both traditional broadband sonar and down imaging. It produces probably the clearest image among fish finders in its price range. Garmin echo 551dv also stands out from the crowd by giving the user the ability to view the output horizontally or vertically.

Garmin echo 301dv Review

Garmin echo 301dv Review

Overall Rating4.334.334.334.334.33

The Garmin echo 301dv is a small but powerful fishfinder that offers down imaging (called DownVü by Garmin) as well as traditional 200/77 kHz dual beam sonar. The Garmin DownVü offers an almost photographic view of the structure underneath the boat. The new echo 301 is an evolution of the echo 300 platform.

Garmin echoMAP 70s Review

Garmin echoMAP 70s Review

Overall Rating4.334.334.334.334.33

The Garmin echoMAP 70s is a combination high performance chartplotter and fishfinder. The ultrafast updates make this unit ideal for shallow and inland water on any center console or bass boat. The echoMAP 70s has a seven inch WVGA touchscreen display. The display is crystal clear, allows great visibility in the daytime as well as nighttime

Garmin echoMap 50s Review

Garmin echoMap 50s Review

Overall Rating4.254.254.254.254.25

When it comes to choosing depth sounders and GPS, the top three choices are Garmin, Humminbird or Lowrance. Compact fish finders are the affordable alternative to 12-inch monsters that are very expensive. Garmin has been a market leader in marine GPS and handheld GPS technologies. The Garmin echoMAP 50s is an affordable combination of a well-calibrated depth sounder and GPS and is ideal for smaller craft.

Garmin Echo 150 Portable Review

Garmin Echo 150 Portable Review

Overall Rating4.54.54.54.54.5

The Echo 150 portable is a dual-beam, dual-frequency fishfinder from Garmin, a renowned manufacturer of fishing equipment. Being portable, the device is ideal for angling from canoes, kayaks and other small fishing vessels and for people who move a lot between boats. It not only measures water depths, but also shows the user a very good image of the structural elements like weeds and rocks lying on the bottom.

Garmin Echo 150 Review

Garmin Echo 150 Review

Overall Rating3.333.333.333.333.33

While Garmin Echo 150 qualifies as one of the budget models, appealing to the cost-sensible fisherman, it has numerous features and qualities which make it feel like a top of the line system. For starters, there are its excellent dual beam capabilities.

Garmin Echo 100 Review

Garmin Echo 100 Review

Overall Rating3.53.53.53.53.5

When it comes to selecting the perfect fishfinder for all your fishing needs, value is everything. This is where the Garmin Echo 100 comes into play, as a strong fishfinder packed with all the important functionality but nevertheless light on both the frills and your wallet.

Garmin GPSMAP 720S Review

Garmin GPSMAP 720S Review

Overall Rating33333

I use the Garmin GPSMAP 720S as the marine chart plotter on my boat. It is designed with a touch screen that allows me to navigate the device options quickly. The 8.8 inch by 3.1 inch by 5.6 inch housing of the fishfinder at a weight of 13 pounds, allows me to place the device anywhere on my boat without having to compromise with any other pieces of equipment. The 7 inch diagonal touch screen provides all of the data I need to plot my potential fishing spots.

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