Welcome to our examination of the Garmin Fishinder 90.
Here we will take a look at a description of the Garmin 90, look at and compare reviews from actual users of this model (both postive and negative), and give an overall rating and recommendation.
Garmin Fishfinder 90 Description & Features
Just the thing for any boat where space is limited, the Garmin Fishfinder 90 is a small, beginner’s sonar fish finder that helps make locating fish more straightforward than ever. The Garmin 90 incorporates a transom & trolling mount, dual-beam transducer for superior shallow water effectiveness, and a 60 degree viewing angle to help you to discover fish that might not be located directly below the vessel.
The Garmin 90 Fishfinder is engineered to provide you with rapid and straightforward data when it’s needed. With Ultrascroll and a 64×128 display, the Garmin 90 provides among the clearest screens for the investment. You also get automatic rescaling and a power down backup system that guarantees that your setting will be saved when you power the unit off.
Added capabilities include automatic and manual zoom of 2X and 4X and a depth of 600 feet.
- Full-Featured Sonar With 4-Inch, 64 X 128 B&W Fstn Display
- Ultrascroll High Rep Rate Sonar
- Dual-Beam Transducer With Selectable Narrow (14 Ft) Or Wide (45 Ft) View For Maximum Freshwater Performance
- High-Dynamic Range, Analog Receiver Performs In Water As Little As 1 Ft Deep
- Autogain Technology For Visibility Of More Fish
Garmin Fishfinder 90 Reviews
- Installation was simple and everything needed is in the box. Tested it out on the river and it worked great.
- This is a nice affordable fish finder for use on a small boat and or Kayak/canoe use. Swivil mount and compact.
- I measured the depth with a pole and compared with Garmin and the accuracy was within 0.5 inches!