Portable Fish Finder

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Portable Fish Finder

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Hi.

I'm not sure if this is brakeing site rules, if it is I apologise in advance but I wasn't sure if everyone read the general forum. I posted on it a little while back asking if any one has used a portable fish finder and I got a few replies with reccomendations for makes but none for models. I am going to Greece for 2 weeks in july and will spend most of my time boat fishing. I'd like to take a fish finder to give me a head start instead of aimlessly trolling the ionian sea. I have looked at garmin and eagle but before I commit my hard earnt I am looking for advice from somebody who has used or own's one.

Cheers, Nick.



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i havent
just thought i would reply then it will go to the top again

cheers steve

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yeah hi mate, an answer to your question, hummingbird do a portable fish finder! the (hummingbird piranha max 230 portable) available from the tackle box in kent their number is 01322 292400 or www.tacklebox.co.uk ,matt

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Steve. Thanks for the nudge up.

Matt. I'll have a look at that, cheers.

Bob. Many thanks for your post, it's good to hear from someone who's used one.

I can now add hummingbird to my list of indecision, although I'm now more inclined towards HB.

Nick.

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HL. What make and model is it, how good is it? I might be interested. Where are you based?

Richard. I have been tempted with some of the hand helds on ebay but wary of getting stung.

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cellone wrote:HL. What make and model is it, how good is it? I might be interested. Where are you based?

Richard. I have been tempted with some of the hand helds on ebay but wary of getting stung.
hi m8 its a see to sea gkf 02a and i only stopped using it as my new boat had a pirahna already fitted and im in eastbourne

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