Category: Reviews

Simrad Go5 XSE Review (ForwardScan Can Show You What is Ahead)

The Simrad Go5 XSE, or Extended Sonar Edition, is a powerful little fish finder made for day-boats, small sports-boats, coastal fisherman, or anyone who needs a fish finder and chart-plotter in small spaces. While Simrad Go5 might be too small for larger vessels, it packs tremendous power in a small unit. Simrad is known for

Simrad Go7 XSE Review (Mid-Tier Fish Finder from Simrad)

The Simrad Go7 XSE (Extended Sonar Edition) is the mid-tier fish finder from Simrad. Much stronger than the compact Go5 XSE, and nearly as strong as the bigger Go9 XSE but with a lower price tag. This fish finder is primarily designed for sportsboats and dayboats, but anyone looking for a capable fish finder will

Simrad Go9 XSE Review (It Works with Halo Sonars)

The Simrad Go9 XSE (Extended Sonar Edition) stands as one of the best Simrad fish finders. Not only is it large with a 9-inch screen, but it’s ideal for center consoles and larger vessels. It’s not just the display that’s larger. This is a stronger fish finder compared to the other Go XSE models (like

Lowrance Elite 9 Ti2 Review 2020 (Featuring Map in Real-Time)

Some people fish because they want to relax while others fish because they want to catch something. If you’re part of the latter group, then you’ll want a professional fish finder to discover the best spots to cast your line. The Lowrance Elite 9 Ti2 is one of the top models with premium features, fantastic

Raymarine Dragonfly PRO Series Complete Review: PRO 4, 5 and 7

The Raymarine Dragonfly PRO line distinguishes itself from the competition in two distinct ways: superior scanning technology and a high-definition color LCD screen that blows all others out of the water. Made to look sharp from every angle, this fish finder functions just as good as it looks. There are several units in the Dragonfly

Affordable Fish Finders Reviewed: Best Fish Finder Under $500

Fish finders come in all sorts of sizes and with various features, so their price tags move wildly across the board. If you’re looking to only spend $500 and nothing more, then the good news is that not only are there many fish finders that you can buy, but many of these have amazing features