mad keen wrote:thanx i am a nebie as well seems to be a lot on this post i have orded a new vicking nemo and the PiranhaMAX 220X Fish Finder looks pretty good so that will be the first thing i add to my new yak thanx you have helped me out a lot as only being 15 years old i am not loded with money so cheers for your help
castamasta wrote:would you agree that a quality b/w sounder would be better than a cheap colour? cheers,gav.
James wrote:Humminbird and Lowrance have just re-vamped all of there sounder range, so I will do a refresher post in the near future so as to keep everyone up to date with whats out there
TEX wrote:Hello James
Could you give me some advice. As I would only ever use my kayak in estuary's, dams and rivers would a (PiranhaMAX 215X Fish Finder: RRP - $209.00) be a good buy.
The Fishfinder 300C colour sounder represents excellent value for recreational anglers who fish in coastal waters and freshwater lakes.
See Fish in Bright Color
The 300C has a super-bright, high-resolution 3.5-inch QVGA colour display with an easy-to-use menu, plus UltraScrollâ„¢ for detailed screen updates at fast speeds. This fishfinder comes with a Dual Beam transducer, which provides excellent coverage in shallow waters.
Benefit from High Performance Sonar
The Fishfinder 300C features the high-performance sonar receiver found in most of the Garmin marine line-up.
* Power output: 150 watts (RMS) 1200 watts (peak to peak)
* Auto Gain setting adjusts sonar sensitivity automatically
* See-ThruÂ® technology shows weak and strong returns simultaneously
* Round flasher display mode
* Whiteline shows you how thick the bottom is
* 2X and 4X automatic and manual zoom
* Battery voltage indicator
* Single NMEA-0183 output
* Optional paddlewheel transducer for boat speed
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