Comes with tilt/swivel mount, transducer, trolling motor clamp, and transom mount
Garmin’s new echo™ series fishfinders are here. And they’re clearly raising the standard for freshwater sonar performance and ease of use. These Garmin systems come with everything you need—including a free trolling motor transducer mount—to make getting on the water even faster and easier. With every echo, you can count on clear, concise fish targeting and bottom tracking. So, take a look: You simply won’t find a better fishfinder value for the money.
The Garmin echo™ 150 is a compact, easy-to-use dual-beam (200/77 kHz) sonar that offers solid performance at a value price. Features include sharp 4" diagonal FSTN 8-level grayscale display and sonar depths to 1,300'. Unit includes tilt/swivel mount, transducer, trolling motor clamp, and transom mount.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jstanley5 Best for the money
Best depth finder for the money. If your like me and can't afford the high dollar depth finders, the echo 150 is the best choice
May 9, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by TRUSTONLYME ECHO150
Works great, easy to install. Simple to use menu. Only problem I noticed was occasionally the depth will change for no apparent reason. I was anchored in 28 ft of water and then it went 7 ft of water and wouldn't correct itself until I turned it off and on.
April 15, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Nate6857 Decent FF
Overall the fish finder serves its purpose very well on my jon boat. The clarity and display is easy to see and interpret. The only downside I have seen is it can be hard to see underwater structures/beds if you're fishing unfamiliar waters.
April 4, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Odea Easy to read
I like the bigger numbers on the screen. Easy to install. The transducer & mount appears to be more sturdy. I would recommend a metal clamp rather than the zip tie for the troll motor mount.
February 20, 2013
I have a 15 foot boat and I want to mount the transducer onto the back of the boat (because I keep breaking it when I mount it onto the trolling motor) Will the cord be able to run the 15 foot to the back of the boat??
The minimum depth that the device will still show fish can depend on many factors, such as density of the bottom structure, speed of the vessel, clarity of the water, turbulence, and many other factors. Because there are so many variables, each echo 150 will react differently. From others testing they find that water under 3 feet can experience difficulty still finding fish. Staying in water 3 feet or greater will provide better results for the fishfinder. Thanks