Fish Finders

Discussion in 'Fishing Chit Chat' started by alwaysbendo, May 12, 2008.

  1. alwaysbendo

    alwaysbendo Newbie

    Location:
    El segundo
    Name:
    Vinnnnn
    Boat:
    23' seacraft
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    So I've been using the one on my Lowrance GPS and let me tell you something that thing really sucks... Money isn't really an issue here... so gimme some pointers on a really good fish finder/transducer. Usually fish rock cod, bass, and halibut if that helps...
     
  2. OUTBOARD-HP-4U

    OUTBOARD-HP-4U Newbie

    Location:
    East county
    Name:
    David
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    220WA sea pro
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    how much for the one you got? pm me
     
  3. Luhr'd Away

    Luhr'd Away Member

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    San Pedro/ Victorville
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    Art
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    40' Luhrs Convertible, Luhr'd Away (SOLD)
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  4. Fish_God

    Fish_God TunaSlayer

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    San Diego
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    Kyle
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    DONT NOW FISH FINDERS BUT GO ON A CHARTER BOAT AND ASK WHAT THEY US
     
  5. Darylfw

    Darylfw Member

    Location:
    Chula Vista
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    Daryl
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    29' Pro-line, The Four D's
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    If you want a quality fish finder I'd recommend a Furuno 585 or 620. I have a 582 and what to upgrade myself.
     
  6. alwaysbendo

    alwaysbendo Newbie

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    El segundo
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    Vinnnnn
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    ite ite.. well for the dude who asked for my old one its the one on my GPS and I'm keepin that thing...
     

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