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The Garmin echo 150 is a dual-beam fishfinder for freshwater fishing.

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installation just takes a minute, fits on everything

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mount swivels and tilts easily, good range of motion

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enough signal to get to the bottom of most lakes

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in shallow areas can sweep to areas next to the boat, catches a wide area

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can be read easily in the daylight

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easy to track a target when switching depths

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greyscale display looks ugly and cheap

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The Garmin echo 150 is a dual-beam fishfinder for freshwater fishing. This is similar to the Garmin echo 100 in build and general functions, but uses a dual-beam system to switch between shallow and deep areas and increases the power output to 200 watts (RMS). This is also similar to the Garmin echo 200, but has fewer extra functions, uses a smaller 4 inch grayscale display and only works to a depth of 1,300 feet. The viewing angle in this case can be up to 120 degrees in shallow water, and Garmin HD-ID target tracking technology enables improved separation and definition of images the screen. A quick-release tilt mount is included along with a transom-mount transducer, both of which can be installed in minutes.

  • Garmin HD-ID™ technology
  • Compact design for smaller boats
  • 200 watts (RMS) transmit power
  • Depths to 1,300 ft
  • Beam width to 120 degrees
  • 4 in, 8-level FSTN grayscale display, 160 x 256 pixels
  • Tilt/swivel mount, transducer, trolling motor clamp and transom mount
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): 4.1 x 5.8 x 2.8 in, 10.4 x 14.7 x 7.1 cm
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