|03-25-2003 11:46 AM|
|jfbasser||I believe that some units are available now with "castable" transducers. Just watch the screen and "sight" fish in the dark. No invisible waders needed.|
|03-25-2003 11:36 AM|
|striblue||Tyler....It is at CAC... I posted it a while ago under that heading...put can not repost the picture since it is already on the site.... I have one for you when you get back to the Cape:eyecrazy:|
|03-25-2003 10:14 AM|
Does that "shorefinder" reside at the CAC? Or is it called a "Juro"?
|03-25-2003 09:59 AM|
|striblue||See NEW!- Portable Shore Fishfinder , I can get you this baby for just $50.00 ...Ok??????|
|03-25-2003 09:53 AM|
|Eddie||I would not get the "blue", if you are fishing the shallower water. I have a 240, and it's pretty good.|
|03-25-2003 09:24 AM|
The 100 comes with a transducer without the temp sensor.
Eagle= made by Lowrance with slightly less quality
|03-25-2003 08:44 AM|
No advice in that price range but would suggest you make sure to see if there is any additional cost for the transducer.
Check out: http://www.brokenlegdave.com/ for the best prices on the internet.
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|03-25-2003 01:26 AM|
Check out the Eagle Silver Striker. Got one last summer for $229 on sale, now they`re down to $125, comes with speed and temp sensor. I`m very happy with mine.
|03-24-2003 09:42 PM|
I'm thinking about purchasing a fishfinder for my parents boat. I've narrowed it down (for cost reasons) to either the Garmin 100, Garmin 100Blue, or the Humminbird Piranha 5. Not sure if I really need the upgrad to the Blue model, as most of the fishing we do is in <200 ft of water.
Anyone have any suggestions? Ideally, I'd love to be around $100, but I'm willing to head up to around $150. Do the Garmin models come with the transducer? I haven't seen a straight answer to this question anywhere.