REBATE Lowrance® Mark-4 Fishfinder/Chartplotter
- Brighter LED gray-scale display
- Ultra-accurate internal GPS antenna
- Quick-release tilt and swivel bracket
- Easy-to-use menu controls for faster, one-hand operation
- Compatible with Navionics® Premium/Gold and Fishing Hot Spots®
- Dual 83/200 kHz operation
- Up to 120° of fish-finding coverage
- 2,200W peak-to-peak fish-finding
- Depths to 1,000'
- TrackBack™ feature
Manufacturer model #: 000-10483-001.
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 16 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by tojo2 great for money I replaced my older DSI unit which could not see in daylight, with this unit. Anyone who can't read this unit in bright sun must be friggin blind. For the money you just can't beat this unit. May 11, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by crappiefishingman Good buy Easy to hook up and use. Clear screen, bright and easy so see. Menus are simple and quick. GPS works well. Clamped it to a trolling motor with the supplied mount for mounting to a keel. Just kept cranking a hose clamp until it flatten the mount to match the motor contour. $200 well spent. May 9, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by slappindabass GREAT UNIT!!! great unit!!! I used this on my 12' row boat conversion..and on my new 16' bass boat! great maps and finder! I currently mounted this on my dash for the gps and am buying the DSI version for the bow! I would use this over any other finder I have came across! great job lowrance and great job bass pro! April 26, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by iamcdn Does not come with maps Although it is implied in the description this unit ships without maps. The Lake Ontario maps will cost me another $250 for a total of $450. For $100 less I can get the same unit at Canadian Tire WITH the maps included. Not your best offering Bass Pro. December 6, 2012
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Details:I mean I read the instructions and do see it say's fresh and even brackish water but will it work and last in the salt water? The transducer & unit itself.
Details:I have a 1-person inflatable boat that I use on the local reservoir. Would this unit work for me if I can figure out how to securely mount the fishfinder and transducer?
Details:How accurate is the gps? Is there an antenna you can buy to make it accurate if not? Thank you?
A:I replaced my x37tx with this new unit and you need to use the new transducer because it has dual beams. It is really not that hard to do.
Details:Buying my first unit for my boat. Only get to go out 1-2 times a week. Will the color screen be that much better? Or will I be ok with the b/w screen?
A:Finding the Right Fishfinder:
Color will allow you a greater screen definition, making fish and structure literally "pop out" in different hues, which makes for easier interpretation and identification. I find color screens easier to see in bright light, and viewing them under dark or cloudy conditions makes them stand out positively brilliant.
Black-and-white displays still have a place in the fishfinder market, but for the difference in price, I definitely suggest going at least the route of color. Saying that, black and white is better than nothing, so if that's all your funds will allow at this time, then make the purchase.
Details:on the Lowrance Mark-4 Fishfinder/Chartplotter is there a way to enter, edit, delete waypoints using the computer, either via SD card or a data cable?????????????
A:Yes, you can add a waypoint before the lake by latitude/longitude or by selecting from the chart.
Creating a route:
Routes can be created by inserting waypoints from the waypoints list or by using the cursor to position new points on the chart. You also can add waypoints to a route by selecting them from the chart screen.