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#38476 - 07/28/14 03:59 PM Lowrance & Humminbird Sonar Recordings
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Registered: 06/11/13
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For anyone that is wondering how to record sonar logs for the Sonar Charts event held out of Simon Outfitters on the Sabine River. Here are a couple of links for Hummnibrd and Lowrance users for the step by step instructions. Be sure to turn these recordings it to Simon SimonOutfitters Orange or to myself to be entered it the drawing for multiple prizes from Navionics, Simon Outfitters and other vendors!!!

Humminbird- http://www.navionics.com/en/plotter-tuto...rLogs_Dealer_v3

Lowrance- http://www.navionics.com/en/plotter-tuto...rLogs_Dealer_v3


Edited by CoreyStanley12 (07/28/14 04:07 PM)
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#38533 - 08/01/14 08:21 PM Re: Lowrance & Humminbird Sonar Recordings [Re: CoreyStanley12]
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Registered: 05/21/11
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Loc: East Texas
Good info Corey. Right now if I can pull it off with paying for college too I am going to make an all out effort this fall to buy myself a ZX or TZX Skeeter in the 19 to 20 foot range. I'm wanting to upgrade the electronics to either Lowrance or Humminbird units priced in $800 to $1000 range both bow and dash. My friends are telling me to go with Lowrance because the images and operating features are better......Do you have an opinion on the two brands?
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