Highest Rated Fishfinders
1Humminbird Helix 5 CHIRP G2
2Garmin Striker 7sv
3Lowrance HDS 7 Gen3
4Garmin echoMAP CHIRP 73sv
5Raymarine Dragonfly 7 PRO

Sitex CVS126 Review

The Sitex CVS126 is a new release fish finder for 2009 and features dual frequency capability and a color LCD screen all in a compact reasonably priced package. It uses a single rotary knob to make changes to the gain mode of operation and to fine tune gain settings. We’ve

Garmin Echo 550c Review

The Garmin echo 550c is the top of the line unit in a new series of moderately priced fishfinders targeted directly at freshwater anglers. These sounders are due to hit the consumer marine market in the spring of 2011. Buy one of the six available Garmin Echo fishfinders here. With

Furuno LS6100

The Furuno LS6100 has been proving itself a viable performer as a member of the Furuno fishfinder lineup for nearly a decade. As an entry level 300-watt dual frequency monochrome fishfinder this unit has been a reliable fishfinder even as it faced newer competition. I reviewed this Furuno fishfinder several

Furuno FCV627

The Furuno FCV627 dual frequency color fish finder is the latest incarnation of this mid-level Furuno sounder. Like its siblings, it retains a rotary knob for gain control. A top feature found on few recreational fishfinders these days. In our opinion, using a rotary knob to make quick and fine

Furuno FCV620

The Furuno FCV620 dual frequency color fish finder is the smaller sibling of the brawny Furuno FCV582 sounder. Like its big brother it features a rotary knob for gain control. In our opinion, using a rotary knob for making quick and easy fine adjustments to the gain is a necessity

Furuno FCV587

The Furuno FCV587 is the second follow-on fully updated version of the venerable Furuno 582L dual-frequency color sounder to be released by Furuno. This new release fishfinder keeps all the best features of its older siblings while adding more to the mix. Fine-tuning gain as needed for the specific situation

Furuno FCV585

The Furuno FCV585 is a follow-on and updated version of the well-respected Furuno 582L dual-frequency color sounder. This fish finder is one of the few pieces of marine electronics on the market today that still uses a rotary knob for control of certain functions. Fine-tuning the gain control remains a

Your Fish Finder Transducer, Choose Right

The fish finder transducer available for your machine may vary from a manufacturer selected unit packaged with the display to a variety of optional units. You’ll likely find transom mounts, thru-hulls, and possibly a shoot-thru unit as options. Transom mounts are normally constructed from plastic while a thru-hull unit can