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Offline Choke

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Removable Fish Finder. No Holes.
« on: June 28, 2016, 11:16:39 pm »
I already had a lowrance elite 3x. With the ice pack that I use for ice fishing. So I picked my self up a dash a sail. I didn't want to put holes in my yak. So I put together this nifty little setup.

My solution to battery storage. A first aid kit bolted to the dash. I then bolted the fish finder to the first aid kit. I cut a hole in the side of the first aid kit. And added a grommet for the wires. Not water proof, but it is water resistant.

Once the dash is locked down. And battery is installed and hooked up. On the water all I do is toss the ice fishing ducer over the side of my yak and it's good to go.
The lowrance elite 3x ice pack comes with a suction cup open water ducer as well. I'm in the middle of modding it to go in my scupper. I'll ad pics once it's done.
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Re: Removable Fish Finder. No Holes.
« Reply #1 on: June 29, 2016, 06:23:22 am »
You should check out scotty's Transducer arm too. That may keep your transducer stationary and wont let it bang off the side of the boat.
I like your set up though. Very organized and simple.


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Re: Removable Fish Finder. No Holes.
« Reply #2 on: June 29, 2016, 10:51:21 am »
Fishfindermounts.Com also make a great product. Magnets and a arm that can swing out of the way, as well as battery options
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