Humminbird Wrist Watch Fish Finders
Talk about a revolutionary piece of fishing gear and there you have the Humminbird RF 30 fish finder. Simply attach the remote sonar sensor to the end of your line and cast out to review the bottom via the monitor on your wrist. This fish finder uses a technology called RSS or Remote Sonar Sensor. The remote sonar sensor weighs around an ounce. To use the fish finder simply attach the RSS to the end of your fishing line and cast out just like a normal lure. There isnít a special fishing reel or rod needed just use the reel you plan on fishing with that day to cast the RSS.
The RSS will transmit back to the fish finder screen on your wrist the water depth, the presence of fish and structure of the water. All of this is transmitted back to the display on your wrist which will show you a read out just like a traditional fish finder.
The uses of a portable fish finder such as this are endless. Maybe youíve chosen to spend the day in your float tube doing some bass fishing. All youíll need to do is cast out the RF 30 Fish Finder to get a read of what the waters like and the presence of fish in an area. This type of fish finder really evens the field for someone on foot rather than doing their fishing from a boat. In addition it will make you a better fisherman by allowing you to fish the areas that are most productive and skip over those the fish finder tells you wonít produce as well.
Another use Iíve run across for this fish finder is it allows you to cast into an area to get a better view of the structure even if youíre in a boat and have a mounted fish finder. By using the Humminbird RF 30 hand mounted fish finder you can cast a fish finder into an area to do some reconnaissance without disturbing the fish by steering the boat into the area. In a way this hand mounted fish finders allow you to scout for fish much like you would hunting.
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The best part about these fish finders is they are relatively cheap. I see Bass Pro has one of these finders the RF 35 which sounds like the big brother of the RF 30 on sale for $99.99.
To learn more about wrist watch fish finders visit Humminbird at www.humminbird.com
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