Today we’re going to talk about how to choose the right fish finder. Now I have three really important rules when it comes choosing a new fish finder. The first is establish a budget discuss it with your better half set the money aside and then throw it out the window and double it all right trust me, in the long run, you will be happy you did it. Rule Number two when you’re newly established budget look for the unit with the largest screen size. Look here’s the deal these days pretty much all the major manufacturers.
They build with some really good technology right across the board pretty much everybody offers performance that you’re gonna is happy with but a small screen makes that performance impossible to appreciate. I guess what I’m trying to say is most folks are happier with a simpler unit that has a bigger screen than they are with a more complex unit that has a smaller screen. Next, the third step what you need to do is figure out which manufactures menu system best matches your own personal brain.
So the unit that’s most intuitive to me is not necessarily the unit that will be most intuitive for you. Now the best way they accomplish this is simply going to a big box store that has tons of different manufacturers units on display and start pressing buttons to play with them try changing the range adjust the sensitivity try zooming in and try zooming out. Just do all kinds of different stuff until you get a feel for which unit seems the most natural for you to use.