Aside from your boat and motor, there isn’t a piece of equipment more crucial to catching fish than a fish finder.
But with all the different features, new technology and an overwhelming number of choices, choosing a fish finder can feel like the toughest decision to make.
It doesn’t have to be anymore.
We’ve created a series of buyers’ guides and reviews to help you pick the right fish finder for the type of fishing you do. Our comprehensive guides and detailed reviews explain the basics behind sonar, what’s available on the market and most importantly, what anglers need to know when buying a fish finder.
Whether you’re looking for a simple fish finder for your kayak or a top-of-the-line unit for your dream boat, we’ve done the painstaking research needed to help you make the best decision.
Fishfinder Buyer’s Guide
Buying your first fish finder or finally making that long-needed upgrade? Here, we explain everything about fish finders so you can pick the right one for you – and tell you which ones are best rated on the water.
Side Imaging Fishfinders
Nothing has revolutionized fish finders more than side imaging. If you’re looking for that extra edge to get crystal clear images of structure and fish to help you find hidden honey holes, we break down everything you need to know about this new sonar technology.
Fishing out of a kayak doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice fishability. If you want to give your kayak the same fish finding capabilities as a boat, you’ve come to the right place.
|Top Kayak Fish Finder Options|
|Garmin Striker 4
|Raymarine Dragonfly Pro
|Humminbird 410160-1 PIRANHAMAX 4.3 DI
|Humminbird 410050-1 Fishin' Buddy
|Deeper PRO+ Smart Sonar
So you’ve decided you need GPS on your boat. These days, you can get an all-in-one fish finder with a built-in GPS and chartplotter. We’ve compiled a list of the best units on the market.