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Garmin Fish Finder Chart Plotter

Postby acidcloud » 17 Apr 2018, 17:12

Just ordered

Garmin Echomap CHIRP 45dv in the post
Garmin GT20-TM in the post
TWO x DynoEurope 12V 7.5Ah VRLA batteries ( arrived)
Transducer Bracket ( arrived)

No more blind fishing trips
Now just have to decide how to mount on the T38
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Re: Garmin Fish Finder Chart Plotter

Postby acidcloud » 21 Apr 2018, 15:13

All received and checked out so may try the Garmin 45DV out of Shoreham early tomorrow morning, there's a number of inshore wrecks that we want to take a look at and two that are less than 1/2 mile off shore, charts say they are exposed wrecks so might see something or not.
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Re: Garmin Fish Finder Chart Plotter

Postby chris moody » 21 Apr 2018, 16:43

I've got the 45dv, it's a superb chart plotter / fish finder.
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Re: Garmin Fish Finder Chart Plotter

Postby acidcloud » 21 Apr 2018, 17:13

It looked the best value its now the 45CV but been told there is no difference but price has gone up.

Got it temporarily mounted on a piece of ply wood that I'm going to bungee to the front seat, battery is in a Tupperware box, have the metal transducer bar I'm going to hang off the back transom outside the transom wheels away from the prop.
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Re: Garmin Fish Finder Chart Plotter

Postby acidcloud » 21 Apr 2018, 17:14

just picked up some bait for tomorrow as well.
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Re: Garmin Fish Finder Chart Plotter

Postby acidcloud » 23 Apr 2018, 19:46

Went out on Sunday off Shoreham to test the Garmin 45DV and GT20-TM worked well,
I used a adjustable transducer bracket from http://www.thetackle-shop.co.uk/section ... ith-5.html ( thanks Paul)
and had the transducer between the transom wheel and side tube at the rear, there was a little surface noise but good depth vision.
Used the chart plotter to take us out to two inshore wrecks off Brighton Pier that show on the map in this link;
http://fishing-app.gpsnauticalcharts.co ... 86/-0.2033
This is the same map as the G2 Map on the Garmin with all the same level of detail.

We could clearly see structure on the sea floor and over one was a ball of fish mid-water.
Gota learn how to save images onto the memory card so I can post.

May decide to mount it off the side tube mount to see if I can get a better surface image.
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