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BWAC fish locator advice

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Bottomline makes the Fishing Buddy. Had one for years, and it works great for BWCA. I have loaned it out numerous times to friends.

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I am trying to remember which company makes the small locator that runs for an extended time on small batteries. Was it vexilar or zercom? I appreciate the help.

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I believe it's zercom that makes the bwca model LCD.

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vexliar makes a execellent unit runs on four
aa battries bought one for a fly in last year,and i highly recommend it very,very light weight and ran for four days. on one set of battries. i beleive its called the
boundrie waters edition. about 279.00

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Vexilar has two portable units. The LC-10 and the CLC-200. The LC-10 is a standard graph and the CLC 200 is color. My Dad has the LC-10 and I have the CLC 200 and they are great porrtable units like the BWCA or Canada. They run on 8 AA Batteries forever.

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I'm certain you mean the Vexilar Boundry waters model. It is a color monitor, runs on AA batteries, and goes a long, long time. Great machine.

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