I am not a regular angler, and will admit I started leaving a window open on my chartplotter displaying the fishfinder screen as I cruise the Inside Passage. Why? I want to see what is going on below me, and yes, I occasionally jig in a school of salmon shown on the depthfinder.
I thought I understood my depthfinder, but I had so much more to learn.
Depthfinders: A Guide to Finding & Catching More Fish by fishing expert Wayne Heinz, taught me quite a few things about how a depthfinder works and what information it can tell you.
Many of us have spent a quite a bit of money on chartplotters equipped with a sophisticated depthfinders, so why not learn how to use this valuable tool? Who knows, when you see a big school of fish, you might decide to drop a line in the water and catch dinner!
Mark Bunzel is the Editor and Publisher of the Waggoner Cruising Guide, an annual cruising guide covering all the great marinas and anchorages in the Pacific Northwest and British Columbia Coast, from Olympia to Ketchikan.
Depthfinders are invaluable fishing tools, but how do you pick the right one? Color or black & white, single or dual frequency, power and transponders, monitor size - these are just a few of things you need to consider before you buy. Then how do you maximize its benefits to catch more fish?
Depthfinders is packed with all the information you need to buy, mount, use, read, and maintain your fish finder. Troubleshooting sections on noise, batteries, cables, power, software, and more. A depthfinder will help you find more fish, Depthfinders will help you catch them!
6" x 9"
Paperback: 134 pages
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