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I don't know anthing about GPS's and I'm looking to buy one. Anyone know of a good brand and model?
Thanks

Don't want to spend alot of money but don't want to get lost either

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Garmin makes a good selection of GPS's. I have the Garmin 12 GPS which works great and you can get it for around $150. They also have the new e-Trex that have more options but will cost around $250.

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Here is some good reading material! smile.gif

http://fishingminnesota.com/ubb/Forum9/HTML/001002.html

You should have put this in the Equipment-Expert Information forum.


Let us know what you decided on?
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garmin is the best in gps navigation. i have the 12XL nice system but spendy around 200. if price is an issue walmart carries a lil garmin for around 100 its also a model of the etrex and is easy to use. if its just for hunting and fishing thats all you really need. i got my 12XL to use in forestry also. it just has more funtions. but for you if its just recreational go with the etrex for 100. i've used it and like it for the simplicity.

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I agree with your choice of Garmin.

Be careful on what you spend on HSOList. For a 12 if you look you can get them for $135. Check Reed's in Walker

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