FishHunter Directional 3D

Oct 8, 2015

Category: Gear

When a company names a product so perfectly in a manner that tells you exactly what the product does, we have to give it a nod. Thus, we’d like to introduce you all to the FishHunter Directional 3D.

It’s a completely portable fish finder that allows users to see picture quality renderings under the water up to 160 feet below the surface. It uses 3D bottom contouring technology to tell you what awaits under the water. Better yet, it also uses patent pending technology called Directional Casting that tells you exactly where you should cast your line to catch more fish. The included smartphone app will all you to track detailed information of your catches including photos, type of fish, weight and length, and what type of bait was used. So instead of blindly casting a line in a spot that might have some fish, enhance your fishing capabilities with technology. It’s available now for $149. [Purchase]

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