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I use mine just to find my way back to the launch and very little of "X" marking the spot (though I can do that as well). Mine cost just under 100 bucks and works well for my needs. I have friends that mark reefs, drop offs and etc so they have one which gets them a few feet to each saved in their location database. You have plenty of options out there.

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I've got the Garmin Map 76 and it has been very helpful. The screen is good size and the maps that I down load have been excellant. I use the Blue Chart maps and the Roads and Recreation for traveling directions. Comes in handy both ways. Kayaked a total of 200 miles this year- and tracked it all. Makes night fishing a lot easier... can find the reefs better, can measure distances and find my way home. Only down side would be cost of maps.

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This is a Garmin 126, I don't know if they make this model any more but it works great. They go for adout 100-200 clams, this one was free so thats why I'am using it. Having the map would be sweet but its a little out of my price range. I would like to get one that was 100% waterproof in the future, although this has been dunked once and still works eek.gif . Rollcast

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