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Richard Bullen

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  1. Any suggestions for a unit model that'll NOT be too expensive and covers fishfinding gps and reads the bottom terrain. If there's a B/W model probably be cheaper I have seen the Lowrance color units with fairly large screen, which would Help overcome my Glacouma. Break my Balls or give input Answers taken with salt. I'll be fishing for fun mostly older models that aren't in bad shape will be concidered

    Raining HERE!!!!

    Checked on puter found some models new Help lead me in right direction

    lowrance hds N/transducer 5 hundred

    hummingbird 383c 4 hund

    hummingbird 788c 6.5 hundred

    eagle 350 B/W

    eagle 640c 5 hun

    on amazon

    eagle 500c 4 hun

    eagle 642c 5.6 hund with internal ant 5 hun

  2. If new to big water big fishing, what type of fishfinder/gps/ sonar unit should I be Looking for that's less than a 100$ I already have a Walleye Finder for the depth temp. I need to figure out speed at ball, plus it'd be nice to see bait balls as well as bottom terrain so maybe I can locate probes, downrigger balls, and the occasional j-plug. Any Assistance would be greatly Appreciated.

    PS I didn't see you in the Parade

  3. New to the Big water Big Fish, observed a few pro/am's. This is what Iv'e heard wire dipsey flasher/spinner then spoon/fly. When you use copper you can eliminate the dipsey either down the chute or offn Planner Boards. What do you guys think???? Or Gals

    Checked a site from this forum

    Seems like the Albright knot might work best any ideas??

  4. Mike Money Order is Sent.

    I was told that with copper you can run a flasher with spoon or fly without the dipsey. With that in mind I'm leanning towards copper as the cost would be off set from the dipseys versus copper. around here you can get 400 yds of copper for around 44$ thats only 3 dipseys then try and match colors of dipseys and I just ain't got that kinda cash.

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