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Stephen LaRose

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Electronics for sale
« on: November 11, 2013, 05:44:12 pm »
I have 3 different units for sale.  If you are interested you can give me a call and we can talk.  315-323-2519

HB 788ci - 300 bucks - color unit with GPS.  Comes with the puck and Transom Ducer and bracket. This is in great condition.  (i'll even leave my spots on there LOL)
Lowrance LMS-480 - 250 bucks - Black and White Charts and Sonar.  Comes with GPS Puck and Transom Ducer. 
Lowrance 5x-Pro - 100 Bucks - Black and White.  Comes with TM Ducer and bracket. 

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Re: Electronics for sale
« Reply #1 on: February 12, 2014, 08:22:36 pm »
about the 788ci ---I know HB isn't usually the go-to head unit for off shore use but have you ever used the chartplotter in the ocean?  What GPS/map card(s) do you have for it?  I am looking for a GPS?chartplotter for my ocean boat.  Thank you sir

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« Reply #2 on: February 12, 2014, 08:37:07 pm »
Sorry I should of updated this Mike.  They are all sold

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« Reply #3 on: February 13, 2014, 11:52:04 am »
Well now, mikeG is back on the board. I assume the ocean vessel is up and running, how about the freshwater vessel?

As for navigation, i suspect any chartplotter works well as long as you use a Navionics Card. Garmin, lowrance, with Simrad . My preference is Lowrance.

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« Reply #4 on: February 16, 2014, 09:02:41 pm »
Well now, mikeG is back on the board. I assume the ocean vessel is up and running, how about the freshwater vessel?

As for navigation, i suspect any chartplotter works well as long as you use a Navionics Card. Garmin, lowrance, with Simrad . My preference is Lowrance.

Yeah, I have water tested her on the lake a couple times. Had to make some adjustments (link and sync) as the butterfly valves weren't opening all the way.  I am waiting for the weather to warm up so I can do a final water test on the lake before a maiden King Mackerel trip to frying pan shoals. Will still have plenty of work to do on her but she'll be sea worthy to bloody the decks at least.  No fresh water vessel other than ski boat right now.  Probably be non-boater this year as money is going elsewhere right now! :)