Gear Review: Raymarine Axiom Pro

What is it?

Raymarine Axiom Pro

What sets it apart?

The Raymarine Axiom Pro line was designed for serious offshore enthusiasts, but it more than fits the bill for the dedicated bass angler looking to up his or her game on the information-gathering side of the sport. Powered by the company's new LightHouse 3 operating and coupled with Axioum Pro's fast quad core processor, these units fully deliver an intutitive and fluid navigation experience through an improved and easily personalized interface.

How do I use it?

With three display sizes in the lineup, 9-, 12- and 16-inch screens, each model is available with Raymarine exclusive RealVision 3D sonar and much more. The display features high-definition, In-Plane Switching (IPS) display technology that maximizes viewing at different angles, in bright sunlight and when wearing polarized sunglasses.

How much?

$2,299.99-$2,549.99

More Information:

Raymarine.com

Angler’s insight:

Talk about a top-end electronics package complete with mapping, touch screen, 3D and all the extras, the new Axiom Pro from Raymarine really knocked it out of the park with this series of fishfinders. I love the RealVision 3D that provides a perspective about the bottom contours that you just can't help but stare at in amazement. Among the long list of cool features, this unit will make a bass fisherman's dreams come true.