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Where to get help with a Humminbird SI unit


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By Areshyvashy - Posted on 09 February 2011

I just wanted to say thanks to Ray here on crappie101 for taking time to help me figure out my Humminbird depth finder. I will not go into the details of all the issues I had trying to learn to use the thing but I will say I went back to Bass Pro and they were lost as a goose when it came to how to actually read the unit and make adjustments. Called Humminbird and they were friendly but I was just too slow to understand what they were saying. I sent Ray a message and he called me. I told him I was going to the lake the next day and he said call me from the water. I did just that and it was like he was sitting in the boat with me. He must have these things memorized. Anyway The only regret I have is I did not buy my unit from here on the site so I would not feel guilt about taking up Ray's time on something he didn't sell.
Anyway thanks a ton Ray. I am happy as can be now with the Humminbird that I hated before you helped me get started.

Quinteman's picture

Have you tried logging in to Bass Boat Central (BBC) and open the "boards link" and scroll down to Humminbird? They will give lots of help, pics, and tips on how to use your unit.

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Thanks bud nice of you to say those things. Hope you enjoy the SI unit and it helps you catch more crappiei.

Ray

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