Re: Gotta Pay to Play !!
I've been using one of the older Hawkeye depthsounders in Lazy Jack, with a transom mount in the motorwell. Works fine. Mine only reads to about 200' but more is really mostly about entertainment, <g>, though it can be useful for navigation, or DEEP sea fishing. Like every other depthsounder or fishfinder I've heard of, the Hawkeye doesn't read much less than 3'.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
On 5/17/2020 1:40 PM, Electri-Cal wrote:
I decided to go for the Norcross marine offered -- Hawkeye in dash model wirh real 2 inch hole- thru hull sensor. The decision was partly on the 600 ft. depth for fun looking around, then the added temp sensor for more detail, and the 2B upgraded model - new, not rebuilt, could have saved $20.00 but decided to do the whole thing. Upgrades were depth added, and better reading dial. I can make a mounting for the cockpit dash pretty easy, and different alarms should keep me aware of problems quicker.--
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