REVIEW: Lowrance HOOK-7 Fishfinder

The Lowrance HOOK-7 is on the review table today. I recently installed it on one of my kayaks and will have an install video available soon but today I’ll share the goods, the not so good, and make an overall recommendation. From the manufacturer: The Lowrance® HOOK-7 is a fishfinder/chartplotter that offers proven features at a great value without compromising Continue Reading

Raymarine Dragonfly Fishfinder/Chartplotter

Just this past Saturday I was lucky enough to install the latest and greatest from Raymarine Electronics, the Dragonfly. The Raymarine Dragonfly is a new breed of GPS Chartplotter and Fish finder combo that is a perfect addition to any kayak. I installed the unit on my Hurricane Aquasports Skimmer 128 and used a marine silicone to glue the transducer Continue Reading

DIY No Drill Removable Kayak Fish Finder

I have recently came across a great new rig for using a fish finder on a kayak that offers no drilling or glueing of your Wilderness Systems kayak, and only a little altering of a kayak of any another name. To get started you will need a few items. I like to use top quality stuff and will recommend the Continue Reading

Mad Frog Liberator Mini

Manufacturer: Mad Frog Gear Manufacturer Part No: MiniL MSRP: $34.99 I use the Mad Frog Liberator Mini on several kayaks to deploy my transducer. I had seen this product for a while, but didn’t think it would work like I wanted it to so I hesitated on buying it. I ended up buying one on a whim, and installed it Continue Reading

Sea-Dog SD Cable Outlet

Manufacturer: Sea-Dog Manufacturer Part No: SD Cable MSRP: 8.99 The Sea Dog Cable Outlet is a good plug to use to power your 12 volt electronics. I use them for powering my fish finders. I recommend using dielectric grease on the brass connections, and 16-18AWG stranded wire. I also recommend applying a coat of Goop or Lexell to seal the plug to the hull Continue Reading

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