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Offline edoubleu

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FishHunter fish finder
« on: February 13, 2015, 12:28:12 PM »
Seems like the only thing I can do is dream about being on the water and fishing right now. Another snowy weekend coming up!

I got an email from these guys: http://www.fishhunter.com/
Has anyone seen or read about this? It SEEMS like a cool thing to have. I enjoy kayak fishing small ponds and rivers and this would great if it works well. Even have as a 2nd fish finder on the boat.

Spring is on it's way...I think

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Re: FishHunter fish finder
« Reply #1 on: February 13, 2015, 09:04:49 PM »
Seems like the only thing I can do is dream about being on the water and fishing right now. Another snowy weekend coming up!

Spring is on it's way...I think

I read about that a while back and wondered about how helpful it might be, or whether it's a gimmick or not. I guess the oinly way to know would be to find people who have actually bought one and can share their experiences with it.

As for Spring, I think it might be awhile yet   :'( :'(