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Looking for a new depth/fish finder. Whats the best out there for $150 or less. I haven't kept up with them since I didn't need one. Any better than others.What to I need to look for??? Thanks

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Eagle 320 for about $130 is a good value.

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Eagle 320 for about $130 is a good value.


Yep - good value, good unit.

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Get the Fishmark 420 or 420c, better unit and only around $200 or less.

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Get the Eagle Fishmark 480 for $199. Better deal yet.

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I have 4 different Eagles,Fisheasy2,cuda168,320,480.I believe the 320 for the money is the best deal!there's not much difference between the 480 & 320,Side by side I notice a bit of cleaner picture with the 480 but thats it and the 320 is great for the $$. cool.gif

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Sunday paper one of the ads had the 320 for $130.00

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Where was that at. Everything I have seen is $160 or more???

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Dick's sporting goods

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If you go to Dicks pick up a Minnesota Fishing Reg book and theres a coupon in there to get 10 bucks off of a 50 dollar or more purchase.

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