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FishHunter PRO

Love fishing? Hate the chance that it sometimes implies? If thatīs the case then FishHunter Pro might just be the answer to your prayers. Itīs the first ultra portable tri frequency water sonar that lets you take a look at whatīs going on underwater. Itīs a smart device so it pairs with your smartphone, IOS or Android, and the mandatory app lets you have access to important and precise info such as: water temp, depth, analyze the bottom structure and obviously locate fish. You can choose between two views, a raw view or a more animated fish view. Its range gets you depth up to 150ft (50m) with ice fishing depth and jig tracking up to 100ft (30m), that does give you quite a margin for such a small device. Step up your game with the worlds fastest wireless portable fish finder.

Available in Europe here




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