Garmin® echo™ 550C DualBeam Sonar Fishfinder
- Premier hi-res color echo™ fishfinder
- Video-quality 640x480 pixel 5" VGA screen
- Depths to 1,900'
- Dual frequency (200/77 kHz) capable
- Dual beam
- Up to 120® of scanning
- Ultra-sensitive target/bottom tracking
- Includes quick-release tilt/swivel mount, transducer, trolling motor clamp, and transom mount
Garmin’s echo™ series fishfinders are here. And they’re clearly raising the standard for freshwater sonar performance and ease of use. These systems come with everything you need—including a free trolling motor transducer mount—to make getting on the water 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&trade 550c, the premier hi-res color echo™ fishfinder features video-quality 640x480 pixel 5" VGA screen, depths to 1,900', dual frequency (200/77 kHz) capable, dual beam, up to 120º of scanning, and ultra-sensitive target/bottom tracking. Includes quick-release tilt/swivel mount, transducer, trolling motor clamp, and transom mount.
Manufacturer model #: 010-00955-00.
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Scott Martin, Pro Guide and Tournament Fisherman
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o Check the frequency setting on the sonar device. If a dual frequency transducer is being used, the frequency may need to be set to Dual Frequency or 200 kHz when operating in shallow water. The 50 kHz frequency may be too strong in shallow waters.
o Change the Range setting to Auto
o Manually adjust the Gain setting. The Gain setting is the sensitivity of the transducer. If the device is having troubles reading in certain areas of shallow waters, try decreasing the Gain setting. This will decrease the way the transducer reads stronger return signals in shallow waters.