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Just wanted to say thank you for the helpful info you guys post to help everyone out. Was wondering if the combo depthfinders were worth the money in the $400-$500 range or if it was better to spend the extra money on a different model and where is the best place to inquire on them. Thank You.
 

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Check out the electronics forum. Might find some helpful info there. Sent ya a PM.
 

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Hummingbird 788i (?) and Garmin 530S have nice gps/finder combos at a little above $600 that I'm hoping Santa will bring me for Christmas.
 

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i have a humminbird 787 combo and found a real nice deal on ebay at bayshore marine. no tax either. hopefully there are not any irs agents watching this post
 

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Spending more money on a sonar/GPS won't put more fish in the boat.

I'd rather spend a little more money on the tackle that has a direct link to the fish (rods, reels, line, and terminal tackle), than on electronics. I already know that Lake Erie is pretty much a featureless lake, for the most part. As long as my sonar keeps contact with the bottom, and marks fish, I'm fine with it.
 

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I got a hummingbird 363. Love it for the cheaper price. I shopped on Nextag.com (price compairson) and it took me a little while to find a nicer lower price with free shipping. If you dont mind the small screen its has been worth all that i paid for it. I got it for aroun 280$.
 
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