Garmin Fishfinder 320C with Dual Frequency Transducer DISCONTINUED
The Garmin Fishfinder 320C is Garmin's first stand-alone color fishfinder for both freshwater and saltwater. This unit extends our line of dedicated sonar products and incorporates several software enhancements. Plus, it allows remote waypoint marking, which means you can send a specific location from your Fishfinder 320C to a Garmin GPS.
The Fishfinder 320C: With a sunlight-readable color display, intuitive software, and an affordable price, extreme anglers will be completely satisfied with this unit.
- Five-inch (diagonal), 16-color TFT display that's viewable in direct sunlight
- User-selectable settings for overcast, sunny, and nighttime viewing
- Simple sonar interface, with vital information on depth, zoom, range, frequency, and gain one touch away
- Depth Control Gain (DCG) automatically adjusts sonar sensitivity by depth and delivers a highly detailed image of bottom structure
- See-Thru technology separates fish returns from thermoclines and underwater structure to remove the guesswork in interpreting fish arches
- Bottom lock gives anglers a constant view of the bottom within a user-configured depth parameter (e.g., viewing all activity from 40 feet down to the bottom)
- Temperature log graphically records temperature data
- GPS repeater allows communication with a Garmin GPS, so anglers can use the remote waypoint-marking feature to send a specific location
- Fishfinder 320C
- Dual-frequency, 50/200-kHz transducer
- Speed sensor
- Power/data cable
- Bail mount
- Protective front cover
- User's manual
- Quick reference guide
|It's all in the Color Display
The color display on the Fishfinder 320C helps make this sounder a more powerful tool. In this screen, we can see a very distinct creek channel displayed at the bottom of a reservoir. The outline of a brush pile - about eight feet off the bottom - is shown in red. The returns around the brush pile are schools of shad and game fish. The fish returns that have red or green in them mean the fish were large enough to provide a solid return.
|Zoom in for Detail
The Fishfinder 320C's zoom feature increases the detail of what's below. This screen shows the unit zoomed by 2x, which allows us to see the detail around a stump. The red areas indicate the best sonar returns. The stump shows up in red, and there appear to be several fish holding close to it. Lighter-blue returns indicate weaker signals (most likely schools of shad). The Fishfinder 320C allows you to zoom in 2x or 4x on either a split or full screen for amazing detail and definition at any depth.
|The Advantage of Color
On this screen, we can see schools of bass or crappie in and around the stumps of a reservoir. Color fishfinders like the Fishfinder 320C give you the ability to see the intensity of returns. The hard bottom is red, as are the solid sonar returns of fish and bait fish. Less dense objects, such as weeds or mud, show up blue or green. This makes it easier to determine the bottom consistency.
|Detailed Split-Screen Zoom
This screen shows how you can use the zoom function of the Fishfinder 320C in a split-screen fashion. With two levels of zoom, the Fishfinder 320C has amazing detail that can be seen simultaneously with no zoom at all. The user also has the option of blue, black, or white background settings. This screen shows the unit with the background set to black.
|Useful Alarm Settings
This screen shows how a user can control the Fishfinder 320's alarms in order to alert them of fish, shallow water, deep water, drift, and water temperature.
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