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slick2526

$200 depthfinder

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looking for a $200 fish finder for my boat. any suggestions on a model and a brand? I atleast want to be able to tell water temp, speed would also be nice but not as important.

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You cant go wrong with either the Ealge Fishmark 320 or 480. I believe the 320 sells for around $149 and the 480 runs about $199 with occasional sales that will put it under that mark.

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Good advice Chuckster...... cool.gif

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For $200 you can get a Hummingbird 565, which has 640 vertical pixels (which are my favorite pixels of all grin.gif).

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The HB 565 is in the Bass Pro "Sale" catalog on sale for $179.88.

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i have a 565 in my boat and love it, highly recommend it. great unit for the price!

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What is a good mid range Lowrance (or another brand that can read the lakemaster chip)? (Sorry to hack the thread) The HB 565 looks nice but I would like to be able to plug the chip in as I have a iFinder h2o. Thanks

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