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If your not one of those who despise everything walmart stands for, Lowrance X67c's are on sale for 199. Heck of a price if you ask me. I picked up one since I am in the {cheaper} market for a new graph. Comes with battery/charger, unit/ice ducer, and lowrance soft pack.

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Which store(s) has this deal?

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I saw the North store in Rochester had one yesterday

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does that include the softpack and battery as well?

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Wow! That's a heckuva deal!

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can this one be used in open water as well? i'm looking for one i could use ice and open water fishing. helps with justifying to the warden!

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Maple Grove Wal Mart had 2 of them as of an hour ago when I was there....they only had one when I left!

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 Originally Posted By: TwinkeeDink
can this one be used in open water as well? i'm looking for one i could use ice and open water fishing. helps with justifying to the warden!

It's great for open water. You'll just need to pick up a skimmer transducer to go with it.

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Both Rochester stores are out..as well as the Owatonna store for those of you in southern MN...I got out with the last one in O-town. thanks for the tip channelfats...

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Will the 67c work with a transducer for a 322c?

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you would have to contact Lowrance for that one.

I tried making my 100c into an ice fishing unit but they don't sell the self leveling transducers, so I got the 67c instead.

They don't seem to do a lot of crossing over, but that was a year ago when I was checking. Maybe they are doing better with that now.

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 Originally Posted By: crappace
Will the 67c work with a transducer for a 322c?

Nope.

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