The Garmin Panoptix Livescope system looks to me like it’s the real deal if you are looking for a live scan system. I’ve never considered Garmin as a choice for boat electronics because I always associated Garmin with handheld GPS systems. After watching this video and doing a little research, I think this could change, but for a system like this,… ...Read More
Lowrance just sent an email letting everyone know that the Lowrance Ghost is available to order. I was able to see this trolling motor first hand at ICAST 2019 and was impressed with what I saw. I knew this amount of impressiveness would come with a hefty price tag, and I was right. The Lowrance Ghost can be yours for a chest-pain inducing $3000 MSRP. How do I sneak… ...Read More
The rumor that Lowrance is about to introduce a new trolling motor in 2019 is spreading around the internet like wildfire. Lowrance has a teaser video out on YouTube, but besides this 20-second video, there is nothing but speculation. Check back on Lowrance’s Youtube channel for a new announcement on March 15, 2019.
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Raymarine is killing it with their Dragonfly series of fishing electronics. The Raymarine Dragonfly 7PRO is the biggest and brightest sonar of the Dragonfly series. The 7PRO is a full featured unit with all the bells and whistles and can be had for $500 or less. I think this unit would be great up front on the boat, or as the main unit for a small tin.
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