depth finder


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navigational instrument used to measure the depth of a body of water (as by ultrasound or radar)

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However, just as many a cloud produces no rain, there is no guarantee that fish showing on a depth finder will bite.
With the depth finder, we located the landlocked sockeye in 20 to 50 feet of water.
He couldn't spot fish on the depth finder, yet intuition prompted him to give it a try.
Being patient while you search out your deep drop position is key, and it requires a working and adequate depth finder.
Trolling: Determine depth and location of a kokanee school with depth finder, then troll through school with flashers and a worm tipped with a kernel of white corn.
This is important because aquatic vegetation is the Florida depth finder.
The team might decide on a depth finder, which can send signals through sand but has some of the same limitations as the ground-penetrating radar.
These types of users are operating a lot more than just radar, a radio, and a depth finder - they are running campus-wide IT operations, environmental systems, and equipment that keep their entire organizations afloat.
A decent depth finder and a few public numbers can get you started.
Use your depth finder to determine how far up to put the bobber.
Use your depth finder, even in shallow water, and especially when you're outside almost any creek or indentation into the shoreline, to find them.
These spots may or may not be noticeable on a depth finder.