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Garmin Echo 100 Review

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3.8/5

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.

Lowrance Mark-5X DSI Portable Review

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1/5

Lowrance Mark-5X DSI Portable boasts extremely clear views of the water below you, due to the Lowrance DownScan Imaging technology included on the device. The scanning abilities are so powerful you are basically presented with crisp pictures of everything below you. This is possible because of the serious power running through the Mark-5x DSI (4,000W peak to peak and 500W RMS) for top of the line sonar scanning. Depths reached are as deep as 250 feet. There is a caveat: for the best picture clarity, boat speed should be below 10mph.

Garmin Echo 200 Review

Rating
4.2/5

The Garmin Echo 200 offers you a device that is both affordable and able to increase the success of your angling experience. The ease of use becomes apparent from the moment of installation with the quick-release tilt mount. You will have the fishfinder and the included transom mount transducer set up and ready for action in no time at all.

Lowrance Mark-5x DSI Fishfinder Review

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3/5

Increase your success with the powerful, full featured and easy to use Lowrance Mark-5x DSI. The quick release bracket allows you to easily install the device so you can focus time and energy on tracking fish. User-friendly attributes such as a menu that uses text and icons, as well as the choice of manual or automatic tuning make it a viable tool regardless of your skill.

Humminbird 570 DI Review

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2.3/5

Humminbird made it very easy to be a smart shopper when they introduced the 500 series. The 570 DI is a perfect example of more bang for your buck. With the Humminbird 570 DI you will be able to fish like a pro regardless of your skill level. The powerful sonar and excellent display leave nothing to the imagination.

Humminbird PiranhaMAX 170 Review

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If you are an angler just looking to get your feet wet in the world of sonar fishfinders, then you could do a lot worse than the PiranhaMax 170 from Humminbird. This unit is simplicity exemplified and yet it doesn’t compromise when it comes to features. And with a suggested retail price of $99.99, it is affordable under any fisherman’s budget.

Eagle Cuda 350 S/MAP Review

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The Cuda 350 s/map from Eagle is a multi-function unit that is has both sonar and GPS navigational functionality. See all of the action on the 4 inch lcd screen with 16 level grayscale and a 240×160 resolution. With Supertwist, the screen can be viewed in broad daylight without glare and at night with the backlight. The low profile Skimmer transducer is designed for fast speeds and reduced interference. 800 watts of peak to peak power emit sonar signals down to 600 feet below the surface.

Furuno LS6100 Review

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The waterproof LS6100 from Furuno is small and compact but carries a lot of muscle for its size. With 2400 watts of peak to peak power, it provides all of the performance needed for fast and accurate identification of fish targets. The 6 inch lcd screen reproduces the sounder findings in gorgeous detail with its 240×320 pixels of resolution. Ten levels of backlight adjustments and five different color palettes provide ample contrast and illumination in high and low light situations.

Lowrance X59DF

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Performance and affordability meet in equilibrium with the Lowrance X59DF. The notable features begin with the 4 inch high definition lcd screen with a 38,400 pixel count. Outfitted with what Lowrance calls Film Supertwist, the monitor provides superior contrast for easy readability in direct sunlight and backlight for reading at night. It’s viewable from nearly every conceivable angle even with polarized sunglasses.

Humminbird 120 Fishin Buddy Review

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Humminbird offers the ultimate in portable and hassle-free fish-finding with the 120 Fishin Buddy. The Fishin Buddy line has been completely redesigned with all of the latest high tech features that anglers have come to expect from their fishfinders but in a uniquely compact unit which does not require any wiring or transducer mounting. See clearly with the 4 inch 8 level grayscale display that boasts 240×160 pixels for adequate detail.

Furuno LS4100 Review

Rating
5/5

Furuno LS4100 is the little brother to the LS6100 with a slightly smaller screen size, but with all of the power and features to satisfy both entry level and more advanced users. With 2400 watts of peak to peak power, it provides all of the performance needed for fast and accurate identification of fish targets. The 6 inch lcd screen reproduces the sounder findings in gorgeous detail with its 240×320 pixels of resolution. Ten levels of backlight adjustments and five different color palettes provide ample contrast and illumination in high and low light situations.

Eagle Fishelite 480 Review

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If youre looking for a single unit that has full GPS/Sonar/Mapping functionality, then look no further than the Eagle Fishelite 480. Youll be impressed with the 16 level grayscale monitor with a full 5 inches of viewable real estate. The 480×480 pixels of resolution and backlit LED makes for an impressive presentation. And the screen is viewable from nearly every angle with the included SuperTwist mount.

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