Advantages of the 1198c SI, 998c SI and 898c SI Hummingbird Fish Finders

If you're a passionate angler and you don't have a fish finder yet, you don't know what you're missing. Especially Hummingbird fish finders can enhance your fishing experience by a lot, helping you score at least a heavy catch on each one of your fishing excursions. The fish finders from Humminbird with the widest amount of options are the 1198c SI Combo, 998c SI Combo and 898c SI Combo. And here, I'm going to put into view a few of the advantages you're going to benefit from if you're going to use one. Also, if you want to learn more about the features of these fish finders, here's a useful link:

1. First of all, you'll be able to locate fish much easier, you're going to benefit from a detailed image of the underwater environment, 

and you'll know exactly where to cast your lures or where to place your baits. These Humminbird fish finders have both Side Imaging and Down Imaging options, which means you will be able to see the bottom of the lake and the fish, in images with a clarity that resembles photos. Plus, each one of them has split-screen options, and you can observe what's under the boat in SwitchFire (classic) mode. Side Imaging is great for locating fish or finding a fishing spot, while Down Imaging will help you a lot in understanding better what depths are fish located at, or what's their position in relation to certain objects in the water or on the bottom.

2. Each of these depth finders are equipped with a DualBeam Plus sonar. This means you can scan the underwater environment with two sonic beams, for a wider view with less detail, or for a more condensed view but for a better detail. The DualBeam Plus sonar technology from Humminbird allows you to see on the fish finder's screen both returns of the transducer, in split screen, and also the side or down imaging if you want. 

3. There is the possibility for you to create waypoints for the fishing spots you consider worthy and return there anytime you want. In fact, each one of these fish finders can stock up to 2,750 waypoints.

4. All the Hummingbird depth finders from the 1100, 900, and 800 series also have GPS and chartplotting properties. This means they make great navigational tools, and if you're a sea fisherman, you're going to find them very useful. You will benefit from maps and charts from various area in the waters of the U.S., they are compatible with the Navionics and LakeMaster charts, and they also have their own mapping package - ContourXD - built-in.

5. Last but not least, all 3 fish finders mentioned have ethernet, which means you can share waypoints and even sonar with other anglers, through by connecting them through an ethernet cable. Plus, they are all compatible with the new Humminbird 360 Imaging sonar technology that's going to be released during this September.


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