Posted by: old_user on May-20-11 7:39 AM (EST)
I can't get info much on specific fishfinder, can anyone help me? I have AE inflatable kayak, and I've been trying to figure out which fishfinder is suitable for me. I'm looking fishfinder which can cover up to 120ft below with a display of fish sizes and the fish finder has to be portable since compartment is quite limited.
Found a few portable ones such as the "fishfinder", tones of it from Ebay. apparently, it didn't have the features I want such as fish sizes and limited depth (like 100ft) only.
Anyhow, as much as im quite addicted in kayak fishing, safety is my main concern, apparently most fish at my place got tones of crocodiles in it. So, with that in mind, I was hoping to find a decent fishfinder though not the best fishfinder, I can at least clarify the fishfinder can give me that is a fish not something else. LOL....
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Posted by: Big_D on May-20-11 11:23 AM (EST)
What place where you would kayak has both tons of crocodiles in the water and 120' depths? Are you in Africa?
crocs in asia|
Posted by: old_user on May-20-11 12:02 PM (EST)
im in asia... >.
Posted by: HiBob on May-20-11 9:24 PM (EST)
You need a bigger boat!
Posted by: old_user on May-21-11 4:47 AM (EST)
i dont have space to have big boat not even a 5ft boat. That's one good reason why inflatable/foldable kayak is my main choice. Big boat = 4WD cars = +$$$ = -space = +more time. LOL... I hope you guys understand the equation... SYFY tv series really worked my mathematical brain up... >.
ok , that was classic ........|
Posted by: pilotwingz on May-23-11 12:00 AM (EST)
call me nuts~~|
Posted by: old_user on May-23-11 11:48 PM (EST)
info sharing for crocs and sharks|
Posted by: old_user on May-24-11 10:56 PM (EST)
another info sharing|
Posted by: old_user on May-25-11 9:42 PM (EST)
neat , I read all that croc and gator ..|
Posted by: pilotwingz on May-26-11 12:03 AM (EST)
...... wiki how thing . I like my idea better though , and that's don't be in or near water where crocs are in the 1st place ... I'll always have other places w/o crocs to go to .
Posted by: old_user on May-26-11 8:36 AM (EST)
LOL neat... true... but those place where the crocs is got a place of big potential.. i think I'm gonna contact some government for this matter.
Posted by: old_user on Jun-12-11 8:19 PM (EST)
Check out this thread on the Advanced Elements forum. Pearly has mastered his fishing set-up including a portable fishfinder and transducer in is kayak.