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LOWRANCE LMS350A GPS/FISH LOCATOR $280.00

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Lowrance LMS350A FishLocator/Sonar/GPS

This unit is used but in excellent condition.

The LMS-350A is a high quality, wide screen sonar with performance that is second to none in its class. Using menu and "soft-key" operation, the LMS-350A is also one of the easiest-to-use sonars that Lowrance has ever built. The wide "ClearVision" screen shows the underwater world with high resolution and detail. The display and keyboard are also lighted for night operation. The LMS-350A also has digital depth, boat speed, surface water temp, and distance travelled log.

Included in this package is a LMS-350A GPS/Sonar unit with mounting bracket, ST-T speed/temp sensor, a 192 KHz transducer with transom mounting bracket, all the wiring to connect and power the components along with the 93 page installation/operating manual.

PRICE REDUCED TO $280.00 grin.gif

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Skipper

Can you use the Lake Master chip with this.........

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MinnesotaMuskie

I have the same question????

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PerchJerker

The 350A does not have a slot for MMCs. It's a great unit and has a plotter, but no background map and no card slots.

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sunrise

Sorry I did not get back quicker...out lookin for crappies. Anyhow, like Perchjerker stated this unit does not have a card slot. But it is a great plotter and has been great help in locating hot fishing spots. Just enter in coordinates from a map or recall a waypoint from a previous fishing trip and it will put you on the exact same spot. I also entered in the crib coordinates for URL as a route log and was able to cruise over each set of cribs... nailed the crappies!!!

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CatManLee

I'm interested in the Unit, but it's a little more than I would be willing to pay. I have some extra cash laying around, if you'll e-mail me with your lowest dollar amount, I'll probably take it from you for a little less. I would pay for the shipping.

If you can't find a buyer and are willing to drop the price, let me know.

ktrf @ mncable.net or

call me at 218-681-7727 ask for Shannan

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eyes'

My buddy, who lives in Buffalo, wants this unit. He will even come to your place and pick it up. Please give him a call at 612-751-5585 (his name is Aaron).

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sunrise

I gave Aaron a call and left my number...

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sunrise

CatManLee, I called and left a message...

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sunrise

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Fish to Win

Not sold Yet? Let my know I'll stop by and look at it. Thank-

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sunrise

I still have the unit.

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sunrise

Fish To Win, where in Rogers are you located??? Maybe we can wet a line sometime...

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Sand Burr

Sunrise,

Email me with your bottom $. My exact unit went out last weekend and it would be nice to plug one right in but Lowrance will give me $125 rebate off of a new lms-480. There would be many nice upgrades to the 480 but yours would keep me on the water for now. shannon@bucketrack.com

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river-rat4

You wouldn't happen to know the pixels on that unit do you?

Thanks- Brandt

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sunrise

Sorry, I don't know the pixels, but I never met a pixel I didn't like smile.gif I checked throughout the manual but couldn't find any pixel specs. The screen measures 4 5/8" wide by 3 5/8" tall. Hope this helps. Sometime this week I am putting this unit on E-Bay if there are no takers from FM. grin.gif

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Fish to Win

Sunrise-

Starlite Ct- corner of 101 and 141st.

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Old School

The LMS-350A has double wide screen with 200 vertical pixels.300 watts, 375 RMS. Dual frequency capable.50/192.GPS capable W/purchase of LGC-1 5channel GPS receiver. Large screen plotter W/graphics When LGC-1 is connected. SPD and TMP optional.

Found this on the web, hope this helps.

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sunrise

Thanks for the info Old School. This unit does come with the speed/temp sensor. I was up on Mille Lacs yesterday and it was sure nice to have all the waypoints entered for the reefs and flats. Went out to 9 Mile Flat in the evening and graphed fish on the edge of the flat-caught a 25"er. So far I have 44 waypoints for Mille Lacs alone. grin.gif

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