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Old 12-14-2009, 09:17 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Looking for a used Lowrance X67C IceMachine™ Fishfinder let me know if you have a used one or know who might have a deal on a new one
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Old 12-14-2009, 09:21 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Gander Mountain has them on sale for $149.99 right now. I love the one I picked up from Jeremy. Worked great at Antero.
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Gander Mountain has them on sale for $149.99 right now. I love the one I picked up from Jeremy. Worked great at Antero.
Is that the complete "ice package" or just the unit itself?
If it is the complete set-up that is a sweeet deal.
I love mine. It works just fine right next to my LX-5 also!
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That's not the ice package. However, I mounted mine in a $10 dollar cooler and by just adding a few washers to the transducer to balance it out and a home made float. It works perfect. If you want an ice ducer...it runs about $70 bucks.









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There you go. 160 bucks and a couple hours of time and you have a lean and mean fish detecting machine!
It's pretty funny when kicking back with the adult beverages and the fish alarm starts beeping and everybody starts scrambling back to their poles cuz you know one lurks beneath!

That thing has so many bells and whistles it does get me a little dizzy sometimes.
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Old 12-14-2009, 10:36 AM   #6 (permalink)
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It is cool. I used the flasher and the LCD format. Love the adjustable 4x zoom. With all the weeds, I stayed in LCD format the most. Set it up to only watch the five feet of the water column I was fishing. You can easily see your jig and watch as the fish come in. Caught 15...broke off a couple and missed a few, but the sonar picked up every fish that came in. Cool unit.
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Yeah my father-in-law likes the chart screen also.
Might even turn on the fishy symbols for him next time to really make it simple.
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Gander Mountain has them on sale for $149.99 right now. I love the one I picked up from Jeremy. Worked great at Antero.
Glad you are able to put it to use already Hobie!!!! Wow that is a great price at Gander!!! Last week at Sportsmans in Thornton the open water package of the X67c was on sale @ $249.95!!!!!(reg $279.95 it think was what their sticker said)
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Thanks for selling it to me Jeremy. Works great. I've already made the mount for the toon out of a mountain bike stem, a short piece of plastic grey electrical conduit and a cotter pin. Only takes a minute to hook it up. Should be great for the open water season too.



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I have to tell you hobie......I'm more than impressed with your various engineering for that unit! Great work, looks very functional!!!!
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