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FLOAT TUBE FISHING FORUM » Float Tubes, Pontoons and Related Equipment Discussions » Float Tube, Pontoon, and Equipment Related Discussions » Fish finder options for float tube

Fish finder options for float tube

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1 Fish finder options for float tube on Sat 29 Jun - 14:22

Fishingkid


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What are some of the fish finders you guys have used in the passed trial and error? Just wondering my options on if I should bother building a new rack for my fish cat 4 for a fish finder or not bother with mounting a fish finder. Are they more hassle then there worth or what's your opinion?ive looked at the hummingbird fishing buddy but not sure if that's a good route to go or not. What ever route I go I'm mainly looking for structure instead of being blind. Thanks for the input

TheAsianGuy

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Budget? Budget dictates the options you will have your fishfinder. Remember, fishfinder is just the starting point. The costs also involve on the mounting, and batteries, as well as a charger if you're heading into the realm of LiOn or LiPO (not liposuction).

desertstorm28

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garmin echo 150 love it!

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Fishingkid - not to be a dick here but check out the forum. Do some research before asking questions.
I have seen several posts asking the same question over the last couple of months.

Like Asainguy said, it's all about how much you have to spend.

Fishingkid


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Next time read the title and don't open if your so bothered by the repost buddy.

Price range is $200 on a unit ill make all the mounts customized on my own.

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@Fishingkid wrote:Next time read the title and don't open if your so bothered by the repost buddy.

Price range is $200 on a unit ill make all the mounts customized on my own.


For $200 go with lowrance elite 4x dsi, 3d down image. $225 out the door.
BTW - yeah I did read the title and yes that is why I opened it and said what I did.
Repeat posts over and over is what keeps alot of guys away from the forum.

Gatorfan

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I have the FB and like it for what I use it for.  I just wanted something to give me depth and show simple bottom structure and it does that just fine.  It is the first FF I have ever owned and I am sure that I could use it more than I do but so far it serves its purpose.

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