Finding the best GPS for Fishing in 2015 can be confusing, it depends on whether you want a GPS to find the fish or a GPS to navigate to some of the special places that you have heard about where the fishing is good.
I have researched some of the best selling handheld GPS for fishing to help you make the right choice for you.
When you decide to invest in a fishfinder you want to know you are putting your hard-earned money into a product that will deliver.

The Raymarine  Dragonfly 5 Pro Raymarine Dragonfly 5PRO

Raymarine Dragonfly 5 Pro With its cutting-edge technology and almost a century of experience, Raymarine is an industry leader that you can trust to provide professional grade, cutting-edge sonar technology and the Dragonfly 5 Pro  is rated extremely highly.
It combines GPS navigation with Raymarine’s advanced dual-channel CHIRP sonar. Dragonfly Pro will change your underwater view and maximize your time fishing with Raymarine’s wide-spectrum CHIRP technology. Easily identify fish and underwater objects with photo-like sonar images from the DownVision channel and target fish with the conventional CHIRP sonar channel. A built-in 50-channel GPS delivers precision guidance and built-in Wi-Fi lets you stream live sonar right to your smartphone.
There are 3 different models in the 5inch Dragonfly series. 5PRO is gps/fishfinder combo, 5M is a chartplotter only, 5DVS is standalone fishfinder. When you buy the 5PRO or 5M you can pick from Jeppsesn’s C-MAP, Navionics, or Raymarines own LightHouse maps and charts.

 Garmin Echo 551dv Worldwide with Transducer

The Garmin Echo 551dv  has so many cool features, it has an audio alarm to alert you to get ready to cast and catch. It is very easy to install and also has  a quick release swivel/tilt and low profile trolling motor and Garmin echo 551dvtransom mounts. There is also flush mount kit (sold separately) if you need to mount it in the dashboard. The Garmin Echo 551dv is an advanced fishfinder that offers the users the latest technology in fish detection, sonar clarity, and increased visibility.
  It produces probably the clearest image among fish finders in its price range. Garmin echo 551dv also stands out from the crowd by giving the user the ability to view the output horizontally or vertically. Zoom is available in both display modes. There is also split screen mode that puts broadband sonar display and down image side by side. The screen has a 5 inch diagonal with 480 x 640 resolution and it is the same display that is used in the older 500 and 550 echo models.
One of the newest Fish finders for 2015 is the Humminbird Helix Family, there are 9 great fish finders for you to choose from ranging from $149.00 – $795. all with the 5″ Color Display.

 The HumminBird Helix 5 Si

The Humminbird Helix 5 SI GPS Fish finder is the highest rated of the Hummingbird family, it’s combo Humminbird 5SIfeatures a 5″ color TFT wide-screen LCD with 256 colors. The resolution is 455v x 800h side and down imaging. Also the display has a 200/83 kHz dual beam sonar plus with 4000 watts peak to peak power output. Also, an internal GPS and a micro SD card slot. Compatible with Humminbird Lake Master cartography and Navionics. Find your fish at a 1500ft depth capacity.
Product Details
5inch color TFT wide screen LCD
1500″ depth capacity
200 /83 kHz dial beam solar
455v x 800h resolution 256 colors

Garmin Best Fish Finder

The Garmin eTrex H Handheld GPS Navigator is an ideal companion to the fly fisherman especially. It has a Garmin eTrexnice viewing screen with intuitive icon features. Although it comes preloaded with a lot of maps, you can easily add additional ones through SD card technology to include marine cartography and topographic maps. The reason it’s so good for the fly fishing enthusiasts lies in the fact that you can record voice notations for each waypoint.
That means you will have easily retrievable information about stream flows and bug hatches for a given time of year plus any other stuff that will help you when you return to a favorite fishing hole or in the unlikely event that you want to share your angling intelligence with another angler. Knowing which kind of fly is most productive where will land you more fish.

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