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Anyone else hoards?

Post By: Basschaser      Posted: 12/5/2017 6:52:32 AM     Points: 806    
That's just my portables..
 Reply by: Basschaser      Posted: Dec. 5, 6:58:17 AM     Points: 806    
Go ahead... Ask me which is the best..
 Reply by: fishstix13      Posted: Dec. 5, 7:13:16 AM     Points: 0    
Which one is the Best? lol
 Reply by: bottom_pounder      Posted: Dec. 5, 7:18:51 AM     Points: 149    
Biggest is always best, right?
 Reply by: Basschaser      Posted: Dec. 5, 7:18:55 AM     Points: 806    
Ha! They are all unique... That's why I have 5 of'em... Missing is tpod that I sold
 Reply by: Fish4Colorado      Posted: Dec. 5, 7:39:43 AM     Points: 1253    
Still like my old fashioned fish finder.

I saw a guy use these worked out well.
 Reply by: shiverfix      Posted: Dec. 5, 7:56:41 AM     Points: 3036    
I found it funny this was right above my post, considering I'm giving away 10 rods, in part because I made a 16 rod holder for the garage and even with these rods going away I still have more than will fit in the holder.
 Reply by: Basschaser      Posted: Dec. 5, 8:55:55 AM     Points: 806    
Yea you a hoarder. I'v got 5 tents now and I fish alone.
 Reply by: wingman13      Posted: Dec. 5, 12:52:21 PM     Points: 705    
Ok, I've got to ask, What are they???
 Reply by: Goosehunter82      Posted: Dec. 5, 1:19:30 PM     Points: 28705    
Bluetooth fish finders.
 Reply by: fishstix13      Posted: Dec. 5, 1:41:33 PM     Points: 0    
I have kicked around the idea of getting one. How has it been knowing that your phone has to be available to use. Any issues?...dropped phones, dead battery on phone, etc? I have kept with the Vex due to these potential issues.
 Reply by: Basschaser      Posted: Dec. 5, 3:49:56 PM     Points: 806    
Goose, wifi only one there is Bluetooth
 Reply by: Basschaser      Posted: Dec. 5, 3:53:52 PM     Points: 806    
Fish, u can always bring a battery bank.. I mostly use my tablet which has 4500 mah battery so no issue. The deepers last around 5 hours and fishhunter around 8. The ibobber last a very long time but I hate the wide angle
 Reply by: anglerwannabe      Posted: Dec. 5, 4:15:18 PM     Points: 34233    
nope, not me. ever
 Reply by: the-fishing-guy      Posted: Dec. 5, 5:09:14 PM     Points: 320    
Quick question don't be judgmental it's just out of curiosity.... How do those !#*ers work lol iv seen them at stores bass pro and so onn but never bugged to pick one up n check it out..
 Reply by: Swampy13      Posted: Dec. 5, 6:33:03 PM     Points: 14    
What? You been talking to my wife? She thinks I am, but I'm saving for a rainy day. Cuz then you need different gear. Right?
 Reply by: tiny9755      Posted: Dec. 5, 6:53:51 PM     Points: 408    
Have you ever used any of them ice fishing?
 Reply by: Basschaser      Posted: Dec. 6, 6:52:46 AM     Points: 806    
So the weakness is none have IR option.
But the strong side is this
Deeper pro+ has the ability to make lake bottom maps via internal GPS no boat need... Super cool
Fishhunter 3d has the ability to create a 3d picture
All except ibobber have flasher mode
All are castable
The weight is in ounces not pounds
And all are cordless

These are not toys, they actually do work.
 Reply by: FishingJunkie      Posted: Dec. 6, 7:29:22 AM     Points: 1810    
How is the response time in the Flasher mode? The display looks like it has nice resolution and shows a lot of detail.
 Reply by: Basschaser      Posted: Dec. 6, 7:36:42 AM     Points: 806    
Response is excellent but somewhat slower on the Bluetooth models.
If u asked me I'd say skip Bluetooth and go with wifi only.

Now back to hoarding...
 Reply by: oldguy      Posted: Dec. 6, 7:39:37 AM     Points: 207    
Does this qualify me as one? 3 flashers, 3 sets of hammer drill/driver set.
 Reply by: oldguy      Posted: Dec. 6, 7:41:52 AM     Points: 207    
3 sets of hammer drill/driver.
 Reply by: Fish4Colorado      Posted: Dec. 6, 7:48:05 AM     Points: 1253    
I was fishing next to a gentleman at Williams Fork using the iBobber he marked them as well as I did on my Lowarnce Hook4x.
 Reply by: Basschaser      Posted: Dec. 7, 7:04:30 AM     Points: 806    
Sure Ibobber marks fish but there are times when I'd like a flasher wheel and ibobber doesn't have one. Also cone angle is very wide 90 degrees.. So just guesstimating at 60' your coverage is 120 feet wide. It's great for shallow water but for deep water&long trips its one of the fishhunters 9 hour battery or short trips deeper pro or pro + 4 hour battery but selectable beam and internal GPS
 Reply by: tiny9755      Posted: Dec. 7, 8:38:38 AM     Points: 408    
So which do you like better on the ice?


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