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- 03 Jul 2018, 18:10
- Forum: General Chat
- Topic: Christchurch River 3 July Lodestar 290& Yam9.9
- Replies: 9
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- 14 Jun 2018, 20:17
- Forum: F-Rib 330
- Topic: Now buying 330 and transducer question.
- Replies: 5
- Views: 249
Hi and congrats on your new purchase! I have the 360, my transducer is fitted to a modified transom suction mount, so far it's stayed put at all speeds. Sorry not sure where I bought it or the brand. I have the Raymarine pro 7 and the WiFish - basically the same units but the pro 7 has a screen and ...
Hi again, I've bolted mine partly as it was in the insurance small print. Outboard must be bolted on and an outboard lock fitted. To me it acts as a delay tactic should any scumbag want a quick steal. My F-Rib lives on it's trailer with the OB on, covered and hidden round the back of the house and w...
Nice one Stray. I was so impressed with the WiFish (no screen - use your mobile) that I've bought the Dragonfly Pro 7 with the screen and plotter. They use the same mount and cable/transducer. So I now just switch the head unit from boat to boat!
Took a few screen shots from my Raymarine wifish when we were there in April. Meant to post them earlier but forgot. Lots of bait fish and a couple of bigger fish, one looks like a Pike going into a shoal of fish. One interesting shot of a submerged bush just out from the bank opposite where we were...
When off the water I use an outboard lock that covers the clamps, have to remove it when on the water as it restricts tilting. That is in addition to 4 stainless bolts through the transom. I used some 8mm internal diameter plastic water piping sikaflexed into the transom to protect from water. The b...