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Eagle or Humminbird finder to get???

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Which of the following would be a better fish finder to get? The Eagle Fishmark 480 or the Humminbird 565? Mostly fish any species of fish over in Northeast SD. Pros or Cons if any. Thanks

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I have two hummingbirds that work fine and a eagle on boat I have never had a chance hook up yet. But one thing I noticed in Gander the other day was a lot of the hummingbirds were compatable with a smartcast bobber. which while sitting in one spot makes it possable to see whats around you up to 100 feet. I have a smart cast and know they only want 20 and 25 dollars for mine. but for the bobbers that work with the boat finders they want a 100 bucks.

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