Garmin Gpsmap 250c Color Fishfinder

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Readability is one of the greatest features of the Garmin GPSMAP 250c Color Fishfinder. It comes with a color screen that is sunlight-readable. If you are out at night, early in the morning, or simple an overcast day, the CCFL adjustable backlight will ensure that your can read the results.

Garmin GPSMAP 250c Color Fishfinder Frequencies

Depending upon your needs, you can purchase the Garmin GPSMAP 250c Color Fishfinder in either single or dual-frequency models. The dual frequency model operates with a 50/500 kHz transducer which enables you to use the fish finder in deep water. If you are looking to fish in shallow water such as lakes or bay, you might want to consider the single-frequency model.

Most of us do not want a large fish finder unit taking up valuable boat space. The Garmin GPSMAP 250c Color Fishfinder is only 6.1" x 4.9" x 2.9" so it can easily be installed in the bow or dash of a boat. Furthermore, this is not just a static display. The swivel mount allows you to move the display around so you can see it from the wherever you are located.

One of the other useful features that it includes is a speed sensor to let you know if you are trolling to fast or slow. The unit can keep a temperature log of each of your outings. Additionally, there are alarms to alert you to shallow and deep water, drift, or even the time.


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