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    Electronics #90 04/18/07 08:18 PM
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    What type of depthfinders are popular in the intercoastal fishing?
    Are you using Navionics mapping?

    George


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    Re: Electronics [Re: fastguy] #127 04/18/07 11:08 PM
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    I personally prefer Lowrance. The new Hummingbirds are interesting, but I don't want a transducer the size of a brick off the back of my transom. They can't be mounted inside the hull due to the side shooting capabilities, so until they address that issue, I will stick with the Lowrance.

    I just installed a Lowrance 520 and it was an awesome unit.

    The 2007 Navionics card is REALLY nice. Plus, they really have a good customer support network.



    Michael Bristow
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    Re: Electronics [Re: N.T. Fiberglass] #360 06/06/07 07:54 PM
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    987 humminbird and shoot thru the hull for the shallow water. You only need the big transducer if you choose to use the side imaging. And yes, they take the navionics chart. You can also get the barometric sensor to check what the barometer is doing. It works just as good as seeing if the cows are all laying down.

    Capt. Troy


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    Re: Electronics [Re: Capt.TS] #432 07/23/07 03:19 PM
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    I know of a lot of guys that will only use Garmin. They say that they have the best maps for they area.


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