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Raymarine Fish Finders and Depth Sounders

Whether you enjoy simple freshwater fishing or you’re a serious professional fisherman, having Raymarine Boat Electronics, such as Raymarine fish finders and depth sounders, help make all of your fishing trips more seamless and enjoyable. With options such as the DownVision and SideVision models, you’re easily able to use technology and sonar to locate fish. Other electronics such as marine GPS or chartplotters, can aid in your fishing adventure as well, ensuring you’re on track to catch the most fish.


If you find that you’re primarily fishing in freshwater, or you’re a casual fisherman, freshwater fish finders and depth sounders include Raymarine models like the Wi-Fish, DownVision, or SideVision. The Wi-Fish is perhaps the simplest model and easy to use for an amateur fisherman, with a gadget that fits right in the palm of your hand for easy navigation. The DownVision is an intermediate device, offering more options, but still easy enough for a beginner to use.


A coastal fisherman may prefer a fish finder with more complex options, which you’ll find in the DownVision, SideVision, or CP370 digital sonar models. The imagery of the DownVision and SideVision differ, depending on your needs, while the CP370 offers ClearPulse digital sonar for a more expert view.


An amateur fisherman that prefers inshore or offshore coastal fishing may love the professional models built for just that, such as the CP470 CHIRP and the aforementioned CP370. Both options offer ClearPulse digital sonar, and the CHIRP offers bottom tracking. The professional fisherman will love the top-of-the-line model, the CP570 Professional.

Other Electronics

A great fishing expedition requires a little more than just finding the fish. You may also like to pair your new fish finder with other Raymarine electronics for a perfect trip. Items such as Raymarine boat GPS and chartplotters can help you get to your destination quickly, while giving you updates on the weather.

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