With the ability to detect fish and display the depth you can enjoy more success on your trips, whether you are in fresh or salt water.
You will appreciate how easy it is to read the LCD display in low or bright lighting so you always know what is in the water.
Its lightweight design ensures convenient portability, and you will also appreciate how easy this fish finder is to use.
While this portable fish finder from Venterior is designed to last through years of successful fishing trips, it should be noted that the receiver is not waterproof. This does not affect its overall performance but you will want to be careful if you take the fish finder out over open water.
Whether you are casting in fresh or saltwater this fish finder can help make your trip a success. It is able to detect underwater obstacles that might tangle your line, along with places where some species of fish love to hide. The transducer can detect the approximate location of the fish which will give you a good idea of where to cast, and while it is not able to identify different species it will give you a depth reading so you know how much line you are going to need. It also comes with a 45 degree sonar beam so you have a better idea of what is in the water.
This wired fish finder comes with a lightweight LCD display that is comfortable to hold while you are scanning the surrounding water. It will emit an audible alarm when a fish is detected so you don’t have to worry about missing a potential catch. The LCD screen is also designed to be easy to see in almost any lighting so you can use it at times when fish are most likely to bite. The display will even power itself off after 5 minutes of activity which will help conserve battery life. It is important to remember that the display is not waterproof and it can short out if it gets wet.
The last thing you want to do on a trip is try and figure out how to work a fish finder, and that is not a problem with this one from Venterior. It is designed to be incredibly easy to use, simply connect the cable and turn the device on. The “setup” button on the display will walk you through the few simple steps and the display is also designed to be easy to read. The depth scale and icons will indicate the approximate location of the fish so you have a better idea of where to start casting. If you are looking for an affordable fish finder that is easy to use and portable you might want to consider this one from Venterior.