Jim Root compares the pros and cons of both iBobber and Deeper Pro+.
"With all the new portable fish finders on the market, it can be really overwhelming to know which is the right one for us as consumers. With that in mind I decided to put two of those options up against one another straight out of the box to see what the deal was on each of these units. Many of you probably go into a purchase of a unit like this with a predetermined idea of what you’re willing to spend, and features you need to have. But there are certainly features from each unit that you might not have been made aware of (both good and bad) that could play a big part in you being satisfied with your unit after purchasing it. Price can always be a factor, and since it’s the easiest to differentiate we’ll start there. In this case the Deeper Pro+ (DPP) is $239.99 and the iBobber is $99, but there functions of each that the other doesn’t have."
Jim goes on to consider ease of use, weight, battery life, and the features of the apps that go along with these fish finders. A lifelong fisherman with an impressive fishing resume including more than 50 tournament wins, Jim knows what to look for in a fish finder. If you are not sure which is best for you, this article can help you sort it out.
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