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I am currently trying to find a nice fish finder and gps set up for my new boat. I was curious if anyone had any opinions on some that they have used and liked. I have found a couple I like but it seems almost like I would have to sell the boat to afford the electronics.

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Corey


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I recently bought an eagle sea charter dual frequency last fall and i love it. resolution is great, fish arches unmistakable (compared to my last one that i thought was half decent, an apelco 465). Here's a link for more info i reccomend if you have a downrigger or want to watch your lures to get a dual frequency as the 50khz tracks the ball and lure no problem. It also has an internal gps antenna so you don't have to mount one elsewhere on your boat.

http://www.eaglesonar.com/Products/Combo/SeaCharter502CDF.htm


there's tons of different models, you can check out at the eagle site http://www.eaglesonar.com/ or any other manufacturer's site.

They're also compatible with navionics charts which is handy. All in all, highly recommend this one.i'm sure the other brands are equally good but again go for the dual frequency high power unit for extra depth and detail, the incremental cost is not much different.
 
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