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May 28, 2019
raymarine element fishfinder

Raymarine Element: New Fishfinder and Chartplotter System

Recently we took a look at the new 3D fishfinders, we’ve talked about scanner/imager and side-scan fishfinders, and of course a host of other marine electronics systems. There’s just one problem with all this stuff: if […]
November 20, 2018
one-boat humminbird minn kota

Angler-Friendly Electronics: Humminbird, Minn Kota, Talon, and Your One-Boat

Something called One-Boat Network is on the horizon, and it stands to make fishing more effective on your boat. The concept follows a trend we’ve been seeing more and more of lately: MFDs serving as a […]
November 6, 2018
garmin panoptix

Garmin Panoptix LiveScope: A New Kind of Fishfinder

Fishfinder technology has evolved at an utterly blinding pace during the past decade, as manufacturers one-up each other on an annual basis. Most of the rapidity developed after the introduction of side-scanning fishfinders, and more recently, […]
October 2, 2018
remote control boat

Remote Control for Your Boat?

We have remote controls for just about everything these days, so why not have one for your boat? It sounds pretty crazy, but the fact of the matter is that in the past five years or […]
July 12, 2018
3d fishfinder

3D Fishfinder Update: Should You Get One?

You may remember that we brought you the news, when the first 3D fishfinder started showing up on the market. Since then we’ve spent some extended time working with the Raymarine Axiom in 3D mode, and […]
October 14, 2014
marine electronics

Three Marine Electronics Snafus (And how to prevent them).

Whether you’re an angler or a hunter or a cruiser, with all kinds of boating, electronics failure is always a threat. Fishfinders, GPS units, VHF radios, and radar can all go haywire, and usually, at the […]
September 24, 2013

Electrical Connections on Boats: Win the Never-Ending Battle

Electrical connections on boats present a never-ending battle. They corrode and corrupt, shake free from vibrations, and those that need to be constantly disconnected and reconnected, such as the plug-ends in the back of a removable […]
December 11, 2012

Can You Make Your Marine Electronics Work Better? YES!

Marine electronics like GPS chartplotters, VHF radios, and fishfinders can be finicky, but I’m not telling you anything you don’t already know. The real question is, are your units working up the their full potential? Chances […]
October 23, 2012

5 Things to Look For in a New Chartplotter

When it comes to electronic navigation and buying a new chartplotter, in this day and age, you have a million options. So, how’s a boater supposed to know which unit is the right one to pick? You […]
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