Headlining the list of great stuff that fits anywhere is a new breed of chart plotters, and the evolutionary benchmarks here are compact, self-contained configurations housing a stable of thoroughbred performance features. The slick thing about these pint-sized iterations is the built-in GPS antenna. On a smaller boat with limited space, or on a specialized bay boat or skiff, this is a big deal. While mounting a GPS antenna on an open boat has been pretty common, it's an imposition, at best, finding a place where the thing is not in the way. The heart of gearing up-to high-tech fishing is a chart plotter than answers some specific demands. Raymarine, Lowrance, Standard Horizon and Humminbird have redesigned lines that bear close consideration. Some of these we looked at last month, but a couple of them snuck in at the last minute, and all have powerful capabilities when transplanted from the blue water into green, with features that recommend them for small-craft installation. And all are available with integrated fish-finder options.