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FISH FINDER WITH A GPS

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I have a used LMS 350A Lowrance fishfinder that is a few years old...very reliable...but I am wondering if I am picking up the fish signals...a friend marks more, but we tend to catch the same amount of fish....

WHAT IS THE BEST LOCATOR ON THE MARKET? I don't need the mapping feature but I do enjoy the GPS module for trolling speed and waypoints...OPINIONS????

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steeplechaser2, this topic has been "beat to death" over the last several months. Do a search on this website. Barring that get the Lowrance LMS332c. PERIOD!

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