WTB fish finder

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  1. Ben Guss

    Ben Guss Member

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    Hi all,
    I had to sell my old kayak and there went my fish finder. I'm looking to replace it. I don't need color, gps etc. just a reliable dual beam fishfinder with mount and transducer that will mark fish and show accurate structure. Please let me know what you've got and what you'd part with it for.
    Many thanks!
    Ben
     
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    I have a Lowrance Mark 4 DSI that I bought from Cabelas 9-1-12. It is in excellent ++ condition. No scratch on the screen. It comes with everything as if bought new. $130 w/shipping.
     
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    PS, receipt will be provided for warranty purpose.
     
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    Still looking, anyone else?
    Thanks!
     
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    Fish finders are for people who can't fish
     
  7. Lue Taylor

    Lue Taylor Lue Taylor/dbfly

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    Fish finders provide more than just finding fish they give more of a graph of the lake you can not see from above in tea/olive/brown stain water low land lakes not like high Mtn where it's clear, depth, temp, I have Hummingbird Fishin Buddy love it
     
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    Easy Joe, I use one too! Except mine only works when it wants to. I use it for chironomiding, looking for edges, drop offs, holes and if it beeps....good place to start fishing! It does turn into a crutch though.....
     
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    i am also looking for a fishfinder. had one but it found no fish. let me be second on the list. it has to be portable to fit on a wm or toon. take care of ben first and i get seconds. i live on the dry side. mike w
     
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