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Help with depth finder?

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I am looking to buy a new depth finder. I would like to get a lowrance with color. It doesn't matter if it has a gps because I already have an IFinder in my boat. I am on a budget of 300 dollars. I fish everything there is to fish if that helps with making the decision. I would just like a good quality unit witht the right features. Any suggestions would be helpful.

Thanks

Kyle

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The Lowrance X67C is a great unit for $250.

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I second that! You can also pick up an ice ducer for the x67c. I love it on the ice, I don't even use the flasher mode....just use the graph...more fun that way! IMO

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If you want color and you like a bigger screen, mabye look into the Eagles. They are made by lowrance and offer some very nice products. Check them out the next time your at the store. Also cheaper.

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