Category: Fishing & Sonar

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Lowrance Launches Revolutionary New ActiveTarget Live Sonar

Lowrance, a world-leading brand in fishing electronics since 1957, announced today the launch of its new, high-resolution ActiveTarget Live Sonar system, revealing live-action views of fish moving in and around structure as they respond to lure presentations. This new technology delivers top-of-the-line live sonar functionality to the high-resolution HDS LIVE Ultimate Fishing System, as well as HDS Carbon and Lowrance’s recently introduced Elite FS displays – providing ActiveTarget Live Sonar connectivity with a wider range of displays and pricing options…

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New Fleet One VMS Solution Launched to Enable US Sport Fishing Vessels Compliance with 2021 Sustainability Regulations

Inmarsat, the world leader in global, mobile satellite communications, has partnered with Pivotel and Addvalue Innovation to offer owners and operators of sport fishing vessels in the United States the most complete connectivity solution on the market. The collaboration will deliver both compliance with 2021 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Fisheries regulations and demand for reliable on-board satellite communications…

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Turn Your Raymarine Element HV Sonar/GPS Display into the Ultimate Ice Fishing Machine

The ice may have some Northern anglers locked out of their favorite waters, but not the sect who embrace and flock to that ice by foot, ATV or snow machine. Fishing never ends for these die-hards. And for those who have discovered Raymarine’s powerful Element HV series of CHIRP Sonar/GPS displays on open waters, being a “smarter” angler doesn’t need to end once the ice sets in…

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Humminbird Introduces the APEX Series: A Premium MFD with a Full-HD Display, First-Class Sonar and Networking Options

Humminbird announces the next level in fish finder technology with the launch of the new APEX series. Now combining Humminbird’s best-in-class sonar technologies and full networking capabilities on a full-HD display, APEX delivers the clearest and most-detailed display of sonar and chart technologies and represents the pinnacle of marine electronics innovation…

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Turn your phone into a fishfinder with Garmin’s new Striker Cast castable sonar

Garmin today introduced STRIKER Cast— a castable fishfinder that delivers sonar wirelessly to a smartphone or tablet. No boat? No problem. STRIKER Cast is a versatile sonar device that anglers can take with them wherever they go. Just cast it out from where the fish are biting that day – the bank, a dock, or even from a kayak – to view fish and structure in crisp detail on the free STRIKER Cast app, compatible with both Apple and Android devices. With STRIKER Cast, anglers can even create their own fishing maps for an even more detailed look at the area they’re fishing.

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Humminbird Launches CoastMaster Charts, Giving Saltwater Anglers the Ability to Better Target and Catch More Fish

Humminbird announces the release of the all-new CoastMaster chart, providing highly accurate chart coverage for all U.S. coastal waters. With complete coverage for all East, West and Gulf coast waters on a single card, CoastMaster delivers all saltwater captains the information and features they need to fish and navigate with confidence…

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Announcing New Functionality for Simrad NSO, NSS and GO Systems

Simrad Yachting – a leader in the design and manufacture of world-class marine navigation, autopilot, radar, communications and fishfinding systems – announced today a software update for its NSO, NSS and GO series systems. The 20.0 update includes a wealth of powerful new features, including C-MAP Embark passage planner sync, NMEA 2000 update capability for Mercury VesselView Link, Naviop performance improvements, accessory control of Lowrance Ghost freshwater trolling motor and Rhodan trolling motors and more…

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Propspeed Foulfree transducer protection, first impressions

When Ben Stein wrote about the new Foulfree transducer “paint” last November, I wondered how much coverage came out of that little $35 tube. I can answer that question now. In the scene above, I’m about to apply Foulfree to six transducers — the two loose and four already fixed to Gizmo’s bottom — and to my amazement, I only used about a third of the tube. So if the stuff really…