Chicago, IL – Fish Finder Source, an online retailer of fish finders and accessories, today announced the release of their new and updated fish finder buying guides. The buying guides, which can be found along with installation guides and other technical guides can be found here at Fish Finder Source’s http://www.fishfindersource.com/fish-finder-resources/. Fish Finder Source boasts an unmatched resource library and thousands of visitors come to research fish finders with them every month.

“We like to call ourselves the fish finder experts – for a guy obsessed with both fishing and gadgets, it was a lot of fun to prepare these resources – and I’m really happy that so many people are finding value in what we have to offer,” said Shabbir Nooruddin, founder of Fish Finder Source. “Fish finders can be pretty complicated, and we wanted to make sure it was as easy as possible for anyone looking for a fish finder to be able to make the best decision possible when it came to the investment.”

The idea for developing detailed buyer guides came from one of the earliest pages on Fish Finder Source titled “The Best Fish Finder For Small Boats And Kayaks.” Nooruddin saw that many people were visiting and researching fish finders from that page, and that gave him the inspiration to create even more buying guides for all kinds of fish finder uses. The new set of guides now has the one mentioned above, as well as one for the best fish finder for the money, the best fish finder period, and a chart to help anglers visualize how big their screens are going to be. Fish Finder Source call themselves “The #1 Fish Finder Experts,” and they are working hard to preserve that ideal.

Fish Finder Source is an online retailer that carries a dedicated selection of fish finders and accessories. They pride themselves on their personalized service and knowledge about fish finders. Their website is built to help each angler find exactly the right kind of fish finder they need. If a fisherman already has one, but is looking for parts and accessories, they carry almost all accessories for models currently on the market.

For more information, please contact Shabbir Nooruddin at [email protected], or visit their website at www.fishfindersource.com. You can also reach Shabbir by phone at (650)-517-3873.

3 Responses

  1. Nick

    Thanks for the helpful guide. Sheesh, there are so many fish finders out there compared to even just a few years ago. A lot of new brands have joined the party too. I usually stick with my Garmins, though. I used http://www.fishfinderhero.com as well as this site when I was looking around.

    So Garmin for me. But Lowrance is #2.

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