Deeper Smart Portable Fishfinder

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

We’ve never been big fans of toting along our smartphones and tablets on fishing trips (seeing that fishing gives us a chance to truly disconnect), but the Deeper Fishfinder might have us reconsidering.

That’s because this bad boy really gives the amateur fishermen a huge competitive edge. All you have to do is attach the device to the fishing line and cast away. As soon as this thing submerges, it will start going to work, communicating with the companion app on your smartphone or tablet. The device will display everything from depth, number and location of the fish, water temperatures, and a whole lot more. The Fishfinder can be used in the ocean, rivers, or lakes, working in both salt and fresh water environments. Of course it goes without saying the small size makes this thing easy to pack away with the rest of your fishing gear. [Purchase]

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