FISH FINDERS WITH GPS, WHATS THE BEST UNIT FOR UNDER $200.?

I AM FISHING IN TAMPA BAY AND THE COASTLINE OF THE GULF OF MEXICO.I NEED A GPS TO MARK FISHING HOT SPOTS,AND A GOOD UNIT TO FIND FISH ,HARD BOTTOMS,AND TEMPS.PLEASE GIVE MAKES AND MODEL #S AND ANY RECOMMENDATIONS YOU MIGHT HAVE. THANK YOU, BAYOUDON

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6 thoughts on “FISH FINDERS WITH GPS, WHATS THE BEST UNIT FOR UNDER $200.?

  1. i would suggest buying them seperate, cause i dont think there is one that is under $200.

  2. You are looking at a $1000 easy. You cant even get a GPS or a Fish finder individualy for under $200 bucks.

  3. Go to Cabelas.com or Bassproshops.com. Eagle fishfinders are made by Lowrance. They tend to be very good value.

    Having said that, it looks like the starting price is closer to $300 for a sonar/GPS combo, and $500-600 for a decent one. They can go for $1200 with all the bells and whistles.

  4. Look on google or Ebay they may help you out on the idea to fine one and good luck to you foe looking o.k.

  5. There is no sonar/gps in that price range.

    Three most important features in a fishfinder: resolution, resolution and resolution. Resolution is more important than color. Get the most pixels per vertical inch you can afford. The Eagle Fishmark 480 is the best value for the $$ in that price range.

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