I had a chance to sit down with the Furuno USA engineering team for an intense instructional course on their new NavNet TZtouch3 at this year’s Miami Boat Show and was totally blown away by these easy-to-use multi-function displays.
Embedded within the satellite overlay content layer, SonarChart Shading provides a detailed rendering of the seafloor to deliver a unique…
This year’s class of electronics are breaking new ground and opening buyers to a whole new world of options.
If you’ve considered installing a Minn Kota trolling motor on your present boat, you may find this 25-minute video segment helpful – from parts review, to onboard survey, and ultimately the final installation and pricing.
Advances in marine electronics technology border on mind boggling when you consider how far it has come in just the last decade. The latest innovation to hit the market is the Cortex VHF Marine Radio, the first to incorporate touchscreen handsets, integrated SOTDMA smartAIS Transponder and Remote Vessel Monitoring.
Join The Fisherman’s Jim Hutchinson, Jr. on the floor of ICAST 2019 as SiriusXM launches their incredible new Fish Mapping product, a real-time game-changer on the offshore grounds!
Two for one product showcase with MEGA 360 Imaging from Humminbird and a new Riptide Terrova with 87-inch shaft from Minn Kota out for the fall of 2019.
Introduced late in 2018, Furuno has raised the bar on multi-function, stand-alone and black box VHF radios with the introduction of their FM4800 and FM4850 radiotelephones.
Join The Fisherman’s Mike Caruso in this unique video that shows how Seakeeper marine stabilization systems work and how they perform, with expert installation advice from Atlantic Marine Electrical Service.
See how the features available from Raymarine and Navionics can help improve your fishing success.
SiriusXM Marine gives you the offshore or coastal info you need, directly on your Chartplotter/MFD, even beyond cell phone range.
The One-Boat Network from Humminbird and Minn Kota is a game-changer, from the back bays and sounds on out to the inshore wrecks and snags.
Navigate like you’re using a smartphone, with a big, bad screen up to 24 inches, the new Simrad NSO evo3 is truly something to behold.
Fisherman looking for an economical, easy to use fishfinder/chartplotter should definitely check out the new Lowrance HOOK2 Series due out in December.
Each and every one one of us can help upload data to create new marine charts in areas changed by the storm.
The Lowrance Elite Ti family of touchscreen combo fishfinders and chartplotters is one of their most popular and affordable product lines, and for good reason. They will give coastal anglers from kayakers, to the inshore crowd, to the bluewater brethren the ability to up their game with an extremely user-friendly and uber functional all-in-one machine, highlighted by touch-screen simplicity.