The Deeper PRO+ Smart Sonar cane be used for many fishing techniques, from boat to shore and ice fishing. Its casting range is 330 feet or 100 m, not to mention that it can scan as deep as 260 feet or 80 m. This sonar has GPS, a feature that is uncommon for other castable fish finders. It connects to the phone through and app and using Wi-Fi, but it doesn’t require an internet connection. All the information the angler needs to know about what’s under water is being projected on the phone’s screen.
This sonar from Deeper is very popular for its versatility and many other applications that make the fishing experience more interesting. It’s great for those anglers who want to know every little detail about the place where they’re fishing. It weighs 3.5 ounces or almost 100 grams, so it needs to be put on a stiffer and heavier rod in order to cast more accurately. The anglers who want to track the record of their trip in order to go to the same places again can use the GPS feature of this sonar.
The Deeper PRO+ Smart Sonar comes with a 1-year warranty that covers defects in workmanship and/or materials. This means the product can be returned for a refund or replacement in case it doesn’t function well or has defects.
The Lucky Portable Fishing Sonar comes with its own LCD display and doesn’t need to be used with a phone. It works both wirelessly and with a cable. When in wireless mode, it casts at the distance of 328 feet or 100 meters, 147 feet or 44.8 m deep. It works on a single beam frequency of 125 kHz, at an angle of 90 degrees. This finder can have the sensitivity and the color of its display adjusted. More than this, the icons that appear on its screen and the alarms can also be changed.
The Lucky Wireless Portable Fishing Sonar is very easy to use and has a battery that can last for up to 10 hours of continuous use. It comes with a USB cable for recharging and doesn’t have a power adapter. Any angler can use it for kayaking, boat, shore and even ice fishing, in either fresh or saltwater. More than this, it doesn’t occupy too much space and fits without any problems in the fishing backpack. This is a fish finder that displays water depth and fish size.
The warranty on the Lucky Portable Fishing Sonar is 1-year and covers defects in materials or workmanship. The product can be returned for replacement or a refund if it arrives with a defect. The warranty becomes void in case the product hasn’t been used correctly or in case of abuse.
The Venterior Portable Fish Finder can be used for any fishing technique and has a depth range of 2.6 to 118 feet or 0.8 t0 36 m. It casts at 131 feet or 40 m distance and has a beam angle of 90 degrees. More than this, it displays the depth and temperature of the water, the size of the fish and the contour of the bottom. This sonar is wireless, so it doesn’t have to be used with a cable. The information is displayed on a clear TFT LCD screen that’s visible even if the sun shines very brightly.
The Venterior Portable Fish Finder doesn’t need to have the boat hull drilled for the sensor to be installed because it features two small holes on the sensor, holes that allow the angler to tether with the line and to cast very far. This sensor turns on automatically when casted. The Venterior sonar has a sensitivity rating of 20, which means it’s very accurate and can detect what’s happening on the bottom quite rapidly. When it doesn’t pick up anything, it turns itself off for 5 minutes, in order to save battery life.
The Venterior Portable Fish Finder comes with a 2-year warranty and can be sent back to the company for replacement or a refund in case it comes with any defects in workmanship and/or materials. The customer support service should be contacted in case the product has a problem.
The Lucky Handheld Fish Finder displays the water depth, where the fish is located and if the bottom is sandy, rocky or weedy. It can be worn around the neck and used for boat, kayak or ice fishing. More than this, it works when the kayak or boat moves at a slow speed. Its depth range is between 3 and 328 feet or 1 and 100 m, not to mention that it has the option to display it in both feet and meters. This sonar comes with its own cable and a transducer float that can be removed.
The Lucky Handheld Fish Finder has 5 modes for sensitivity and a battery save mode. It can work for 4 or 5 hours continuously after its batteries have been changed. If kept in battery save mode, it can work even longer with the same batteries. It has its own LCD display and doesn’t need to be connected to a phone or tablet. This sonar has a sensor cover range of 45 degrees and operates at temperatures between -14 to 122 degrees F or -10 to 50 degrees C.
The warranty on the Lucky Handheld Fish Finder is 1-year. The customer support service can be contacted with any enquiry about the product. If the sonar has any defects in workmanship or materials, it can be sent back to the company for a refund or replacement.
The Garmin Striker 4 Fish Finder offers more than just information about what’s happening in the water. It provides almost photographic images and presents the fish or the structure of the bottom very clearly. It’s easy to use and install because it features a simple interface and only a few buttons that have precise functions. More than this, it’s available in 3 display sizes and has a water rating of IPX7. The anglers can use it to map their surroundings and to navigate on water.
The Garmin Striker 4 works at 1,600 feet or 487 m depth in freshwater, and at 750 feet or 228 m depth in saltwater. It sends information on different frequencies and can determine where fish is very rapidly. More than this, it provides data in the classic format and is perfect for either vertical jigging or ice fishing. This sonar shows the speed of the boat when trolling. It features GPS and works with a rechargeable battery.
The Striker 4 includes a transducer that provides more clarity when it comes to the details on the targeted fish. The transducer can any time be replaced with a more advanced one that has to be bought separately.
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