Fish Hunter PRO review

 

Some people say that the Fish Hunter Pro is one of the fastest and most capable portable fish finders out there and I’m not here to differ. I decided to purchase it in spite of the fact that I was feeling a bit weary with regards to the efficiency and performance of products like these, which relied on the use of a separate transducer that could be connected wirelessly to any mobile device I owned. In my case, it’s an iPad I received as a birthday present. Since the iPad is virtually useless while I’m at home or at work because I can’t seem to find any purpose for the device, I decided to purchase a fish finder that could work with it easily.

One of the things that I was impressed with when I read the product description of the Fish Hunter Pro was that the transducer had a casting range of 150ft and a depth of up to 150ft, as well. I intend to take advantage of the model as much as I can, even when winter starts to settle in and I’m able to go out and do some ice fishing. Based on the owner feedback that I went through, it seems that this unit offers reasonable value for the price, what with it costing less than two hundred dollars.

There are three viewing modes to speak of when it comes to the Fish Hunter Pro. You can either use the FISH VIEW, the RAW VIEW, or the unique ice fishing flasher. I’ve taken to the internet and watched some tutorials on how to operate the device so that I know whether the interface would be too complicated to learn the basics of once I got the fish finder delivered at home. Since this is a three-frequency fish finder, I can use it both for fishing in deep and shallow waters alike.

It goes without saying that one of the best things about this model is that it comes with a complimentary app that can be downloaded from the App Store or Google Play. Of course, not all fish finding apps are the same, but I couldn’t help noticing that this one has gathered an immense critical acclaim, which is why I was eager to test it out. The pictures displayed are so vivid that I was able to catch five panfish in the first hour after starting to use this application. I don’t know about you, but I don’t usually manage to get more than two per day. While it has been argued that my fishing expertise isn’t up to par, I consider myself a rather relaxed individual and act accordingly. The Fish Hunter Pro is so good at doing its job that it ruins my laziness. I can now have all the fish I want and eat it, too, given that my wife sometimes accompanies me in my fishing trips and later on cooks the catch.

All in all, the Fish Hunter Pro is well worth every penny I spent on it.