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CLEARWATER CLASIC DEPTH FINDER??

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Do these units "CLEARWATER CLASSIC".. work well in the winter?? I stopped at a pawn shop, they had one for $39.00.. They just wanted to get rid of it.. So i bought it..Brand new condition..

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I love mine yet and use it in the winter exclusively. They are very easy on batteries and I have not ever had an issue with mine. They lack the color indicators but the grayscale changes as fish get closer. I have been looking at Marcum, but am worried about the battery life issue with all the power thay send down. Clearwater's downfall is the target separation (I always look for the "happy bottom" on mine when fish are tight to the bottom)

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If you don't want it - send it to me. I bought two off of [YouNeedAuthorization] last year - one for me and another for my son. They are still a very good ice fishing rig.

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I liked mine used it for many years. never had a problem never froze. for $40.00 you cant go wrong.

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Do these units "CLEARWATER CLASSIC".. work well in the winter?? I stopped at a pawn shop, they had one for $39.00.. They just wanted to get rid of it.. So i bought it..Brand new condition..

Yah, they work fine. I used one until I sold it on "the bay". The main unit doesn't really ever go bad, but check the bottom of the transducer (puck on the cord) - if it is pitted or scratched up, take a pass, you will just get frustrated, cause it will never work good, and you can't find a new transducer for it.

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