Good basic fishfinder?

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Good basic fishfinder?

Post by Dr. Crump » Mon May 14 2018 15:56

Any recommendations?
I'm seeing Lowrance Hook 2 s on evil bay around the £100 mark.

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Re: Good basic fishfinder?

Post by Ben » Mon May 14 2018 16:26

I’d happily use that model Simon
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Re: Good basic fishfinder?

Post by The predator » Mon May 14 2018 16:30

That's not near enough glitzy for you Ben! :laughs:
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Re: Good basic fishfinder?

Post by Dr. Crump » Mon May 14 2018 17:01

Ben wrote:
I’d happily use that model Simon
Thanks very much!

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Re: Good basic fishfinder?

Post by Ian Crook » Tue May 15 2018 22:59

The Hook 2 is a great budget unit Simon which will give you the option of getting Sidescan for a reasonable price........ go for the Tripleshot version if you want Sidescan

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Re: Good basic fishfinder?

Post by Dr. Crump » Wed May 16 2018 16:54

Thanks Ian,
I ended up getting a Hook 4 from an American eBay seller.
£136 including import duty.

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