Welcome to our review of the Eagle Cuda 300 Fish finder.

On this page will take a look at the features of the Cuda 300, check out some reviews by actual owners of this model, and give an overall rating and recommendation.

Eagle Cuda 300 Description & Features

Looking for one of the most affordable fishfinders on the market?

The Eagle Cuda 300 Fish Finder provides good to very good overall performance and image resolution at a very affordable cost.

The Cuda 300 features FishTrack technology that allows you to both locate fish and identify structure. You can obtain fish information in water depths of up to 600ft by utilizing the built-in transducer and temperature sensor. Never miss fish out to the side of the boat with a 60 degree detection area at high sensitivity settings. Also offers hands-free operation and is waterproof.

Comes with a full 1-year warranty.

Features

  • Superb functionality and resolution for a amazing good deal
  • eight hundred watts of peak-to-peak power
  • 240V x 160H LCD
  • 200 kHz Skimmer transducer
  • Generates good results down to 600 feet
  • Sealed and water-proof

Eagle Cuda 300 Fishfinder Reviews

Reviews of the Eagle Cuda 300 Fishfinder are mixed overall, but 60% of all reviews we’ve found rate this unit as 4 stars or better out of 5.  Many of the negative reviews complain about poor shallow water performance and lack of features compared to slightly more expensive models.

Positive Customer Reviews

Love this fishfinder, it works great! I utilized it in my canoe out on a small lake.  Finally, I was able to find fish and see what the bottom of the lake looks like.  Best day of fishing yet. 
— F.T.

You really can’t beat this fishfinder for the money. It will give readings for water temperature, battery level, and of course fish and fish depth. I enjoy the views of the lake bottom and structure. Simple to install and use.
— J.R.

Works great except in shallow water.
— B.R.

Negative Customer Reviews

The pooerest feature is the dark screen. It works well with the sun shining on it but during the day w/o the back light it is difficult to read.
— H.T.

This Eagle is okay for an entry level fishfinder. Does a decent job of showing bottom depth and structure as well as water temperature. I’m not as satisfied with it’s ability to show fish. The screen resolution makes it difficult to distinguish between arches and fish ID shows fish that aren’t there.
— H.M.