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marbleye

Colored Depth finder

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I'm in the process of buying a new colored locator. Just wondering what people thoughts are on which kind and model to buy? I was looking at the Lowrance x25 or Eagle 2000 fish strike w/gps. Any comments would be greatly appreciated....<>< <>< <><

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I purchased my first color unit, a Lowrance X67C, this past spring and I am very pleased. Good resolution, easy to see in daylight as well as dark, plenty of features to fine-tune it to my preferences.

Bob

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LCX-25 hands down. Worth every penny.

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I like my Humminbird 585c.......

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Humminbird 777c2 or 787c2 if you want gps. I've documented 2.75 inch target separation (2 quarter ounce jigs tied close together) in 35 feet with the 777c2. For graph purposes, I think these are better than Lowrance. I don't know about the gps, but I think they use Magellan components.

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I, too, run the 787C. I also run a Matrix 97 on my console. The 787c is better, but has a smaller screen.

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