Has anyone ever used a Lowrance or Eagle fish finder and you asked for their input about the product? It is common nature to ask about someone else’s experience when you are interested in the same things they are. Lowrance and Eagle have people like you in mind.
Lowrance and Eagle fish finders have put out some terrific emulators to help show you what their products are like. Visit this Lowrance emulator page to try out some emulators of their ‘lesser known’ products. You can also try this Eagle emulator page. Once you get there, click the download link next to the Lowrance or Eagle model you are interested in and download it to your computer. You will have to run the application to get the image of the fish finder to show up. When it does, you should be able to press buttons with your mouse like you do with your finger.
Here is what one of the emulators should look like:
You should be able to click buttons with your mouse to check different features and menu items. Play around with the settings like you are in the boat. Save yourself some time, money, and headaches by using these free emulators.
Hopefully the major fish finder brands will come out with emulators of their most recent successful products. But they will more than likely expect you to test their products after you’ve decided to purchase them.
My name is Brad Bolton, a husband and father of four. I live in Minnesota and I enjoy spending time in the outdoors and also spending time with my family. If there is water nearby, I want to fish it.