Garmin Echomap fish finders are so far the best Garmin fish finders in the market for both freshwater and saltwater fishing. They do not only come with highly accurate depth readings but also a complete array of features that include water temperature, side scan sonar, GPS, multiple camera view options, down imaging and sounder. All of these features make your fishing experience more worthwhile and fun.
Originally designed for professional marine navigation, Garmin Echomap fish finders are now used widely in a variety of activities like: fishing, leisure boating and recreational activity and has become one of the most sought out fish finder brand in recent times.
Garmin ECHOMAP UHD 94SV with Bluechart G3 is a high-definition fish finder with preloaded BlueChart g3 Coastal charts. This Garmin fish finder features an ultra-bright 9” display that shows crisp, clear images in sunlight or at night. The included 8-pin transducer provides ultra high definition sonar and CHIRP traditional sideVü scanning sonar. You can also add optional transducers for even more coverage, including the Garmin Panoptix all-seeing sonar.
The Garmin ECHOMAP UHD 73sv includes a GT54 transducer for ultra High-Definition clearer and Ultra High-Definition SideVü scanning sonars. This 7” (17.8 cm) touchscreen GPS/Fishfinder with keyed assist provides high definition, sunlight readable, wide angle viewing for easy chart navigation and fish identification. It is preloaded with LakeVü G3 inland maps that provide coverage of more than 17, 000 lakes with up to 1’ contours. Integrated Navionics data cover the entire US and Canada as well
Garmin ECHOMAP UHD 74sv with transducer 7” sunlight-readable touchscreen display provides a big view of your sonar data and keyed assist makes it easy to find targets. Garmin CHIRP traditional sonar and Ultra High-Definition ClearVü scanning sonar provide high definition imaging, even in shallow water. SideVü scanning sonar provides a wider look at structure on the sides of your boat. Preloaded BlueChart g3 coastal chart includes more than 5 million freshwater lakes, rivers and streams in North America.