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Jake sarnicola, August 27 in Questions About Trout & Salmon Trolling?
GARMIN GPS Map 942 XS with mid range 80-160 kHz Chirp Transducer. Little bit of everything on this screen....Lakers on bottom, bait ball, salmon in the riggers and steelhead/Browns above! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
Raymarine C series. adjust the gain and you can see anything you want ‘Bout Time Mike
GarminSent from my XT1650 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
What really matters is the placement and quality of the transducer. That is the part that actually registers all the things that you can later see on the screen.
So I would get the best transducer I can afford and combine it with a monitor that can handle all the information. ( a Furuno)
Humminbird! Been running them for 10 years, and 5/6 before I signed on with them. You can't beat the value in the HELIX series.
Look at the first pic below. I'm marking cannonballs down 100 and 200' down, and if you look closely below them you'll see my flashers.
The second pic speaks for itself. This is a non CHIRP Airmar transducer I've been running for years with my birds.
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