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      Members Only Fluid Forum View   08/08/2017

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I'm requesting you regarding electronics on a new boat. I am in the process of buying a 19' Lowe Tahiti Deck Boat with a 150 Ficht for a family/fishing boat and I want to get the right electronics for fishing. I really like sonar and mapping with GPS and I'm looking at the: Lowrance 2001 Model LCX-15CT with TFT (Is this too much?)
with the mapping package. I like computers and would enjoy the interface. Having it set to be moveably mounted at the bow or console.

I like to walleye/northern/bass fish on Mille Lacs, Lake of the Woods, and Vermillion etc, and I really need mapping. I get lost easier as I get older, and of course, forget stuff like good spots.
Do you think I'm making a good choice?

Also, do you like the Minn Kota Minn Kota 2001 Genisis 74/AP with Auto Pilot for a bow mounted electric motor?

And one more thing, do you like the :
Minn Kota 2001Deckhand Model DH-35
with Crabclaw CC-18 Anchor & 60 ft of 800# Nylon Rope
I have a bad back? I would get one on the front and one on the back.

Rob, any help is greatly appreciated on this.

Regards,

Al

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