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Bringing The Fish Home With The Eagle FishStrike 2000C

Bringing The Fish Home With The Eagle FishStrike 2000C

Accessories, Fishing stories
The Eagle FishStrike 2000C is a high quality, dependable, and very wonderful tool to have on any type of fishing adventure. It offers some of the best features that you will simply wonder how you lived without them. In fact, is so packed full of them, that we have to jump into them right away! So, here are the features that make the FishStrike 2000 C so great. We’ll start with its screen. The 2000C offers an ultra bright seven inch screen with 256 color display. This LCD display is sunlight readable. That means that you get color, beautiful clarity and depth as well as the ability to read it in the brightest sunlight. So much better than trying to deal with the glare of sunny days! Let’s not forget to take into consideration the sonar on this fish finder as well. It has depth capabil...
6 Ways Your Depth Finder and Fishing Map Work Together

6 Ways Your Depth Finder and Fishing Map Work Together

Accessories, Fishing stories
Depth finders have become an integral part of every angler’s tool set for decades. The term depth finder refers to a device utilizing sonar. Sonar emits high frequency sound waves that are inaudible to fish and humans. These impulses strike an object and reflect back to a receiver. The receiver measures the time it took for the impulses to return and continually calculates the distance between it and the object. Screens, graphs, or calibrated flashes display distance. The data you obtain from a depth finder screen, in part, includes: bottom composition, bottom terrain, depth, structure type and configuration, presence of fish, size of fish, and submerged weeds and wood. With the bank of information a depth finder furnishes, savvy anglers can create a complete representati...
How to install a transom mount fish finder transducer correctly

How to install a transom mount fish finder transducer correctly

Fishing stories, Yacht maintenance
In this time of the year, anyone loving the sea generally desires to upgrade his own boat before setting sail again. A new find finder, especially if equipped with a high-tech system, will certainly help to “get a better view” and, if you’re an angler, to improve your fishing experience. Once the much-desired purchase has been made, you should proceed with the correct installation of a transducer which, in short, is the “eye” of your electronic device. Today, we want to show you what anyone disposing of a small boat and loving DIY needs to know in order to install a transom-mount fish finder transducer correctly. More specifically, we’ve chosen an AXIOM transducer, which is a powerful and multifunction navigation system produced by Raymarine. Its key features are considerable: RealVi...