With its powerful sonar, high-resolution screens,
abundant features and affordable price, the Garmin Fishfinder 250 appeals
to fishermen of all skill levels.
Suitable for both freshwater and saltwater,
the Fishfinder 250 is available with either a dual-frequency 50/200 kHz transducer
for deep-water applications, or a single-frequency 200 kHz transducer for
shallow inland lakes and bays (sold
All configurations feature Garmin's patented See-Thru technology which separates fish from thermoclines and structure and Depth Control Gain (DCG), for detailed images of structure and bottom densities. Additionally, anglers can connect a Garmin GPS receiver (sold separately) to the unit to mark underwater waypoints directly from the Fishfinder's keypad.
The Fishfinder 250's slim profile also makes it ideal for mounting in-dash or on the bow. Its quick-release, one-knob tilt swivel mount allows for easy viewing of its 4.5-inch, 320 x 320 pixel, 10-level grayscale FSTN display at any angle.
• 320 x 320 pixel, grayscale, ten-level FSTN with adjustable CCFL backlight
• Dual-frequency transducer: 500 watts (RMS), 4000 watts (PTP) output
• Single-frequency transducer: 400 watts (RMS), 3200 watts (PTP) output
• Internal memory backup for user settings with power disconnected
• Temperature log to maintain a graphical record of water temperature data
• Adjustable range, gain, and zoom, and bottom lock
• Alarms: shallow and deep water, fish by size, timer, water temperature, and low battery voltage
• Unit dimensions: 6.1" W x 4.9" H x 2.4" D