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    Garmin Striker 7sv

    Hey all I'm looking for guys that own and use one. I'm looking at purchasing one soon and would love to get your feed back in them.
    I will mainly be using it in creeks and dams.
    Fly fishing lure fishing and live baiting.
    Any feedback would be great.
    Cheers.

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    Re: Garmin Striker 7sv



    7SV is a dependable little power house

    Moose

    Marine outfitting solutions
    www.moosemarine.com.au

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    Re: Garmin Striker 7sv

    I can't hear it. There's no sound !!??

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    Re: Garmin Striker 7sv

    Same here moose ,no noise ... Matt
    A bad days fishing has got to be better than any day at work......


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    oh youtube may of dissable audio for the music playing on the radio at the time.. sad face

    basically i go on to explain that with the GT52HW Transducer. it performs rather well.

    Marine outfitting solutions
    www.moosemarine.com.au

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    Re: Garmin Striker 7sv

    Hi Martib ,I've got the sv 7 . I have not had it for long and have only used it a couple of times but so far I am very happy with it, nice clear picture, reads fine at speed and easy to install. I have not used the gps as yet , you must remember it is not a mapping system but if you are only going in dams that's ok. I have not yet mastered the sideview but with the help of Youtube and a bit more experience I should sort that out. My only concern with the unit is that the wiring plugs at the back are a bit delicate and fragile and as with most electronics these days you don't get a proper manual to study but have to go and get your information of the computer which I find frustrating at times.The transducer is also very long so make sure you take care when launching and retrieving etc.All in all I think you will be very happy with this unit.

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    Re: Garmin Striker 7sv

    Quote Originally Posted by bugsytwoshoes View Post
    Hi Martib ,I've got the sv 7 . I have not had it for long and have only used it a couple of times but so far I am very happy with it, nice clear picture, reads fine at speed and easy to install. I have not used the gps as yet , you must remember it is not a mapping system but if you are only going in dams that's ok. I have not yet mastered the sideview but with the help of Youtube and a bit more experience I should sort that out. My only concern with the unit is that the wiring plugs at the back are a bit delicate and fragile and as with most electronics these days you don't get a proper manual to study but have to go and get your information of the computer which I find frustrating at times.The transducer is also very long so make sure you take care when launching and retrieving etc.All in all I think you will be very happy with this unit.
    Cheers mate

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    Re: Garmin Striker 7sv

    had one on my last boat very handy unit , had the side view and down view GPS combo - loved the quickdraw function really open my eyes after mapping some of my fav spots.

    BigE

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