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Luckylaker Fish Finder £60 @ Angling Direct
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Posted 9th Apr

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Always fancied one of these for mapping the bottom of the lakes and reservoirs that I fish. This is a brilliant price for a clever bit of kit.

This is the latest in the new wireless sonar fish finders and is extremely keenly priced compared to its rivals.

The Lucky Laker Wi-Fi Fish Finder is a unique IOS and Android compatible fish finder working with most Android and iPhone devices including smartphones, iPhones, iPads and tablets, using a free downloadable app. It is one of a brand new generation of wireless sonar fish finders which are not reliant on phone networks and can report water temperature, depth and fish positions to up to 5 devices at once, through its own wifi network.

The FREE Lucky Laker downloadable app utilises the high quality display on modern smartphones and tablets to show clear images depicting water depth, temperature, battery status, signal strength, bottom contours and fish position.

Specifications:

Lightweight, buoyant, durable
Can be attached to a boat or cast with a rod and line.
WiFi Range: 50m
WiFi Frequency: 2.4GHz
Sonar Coverage: 90 degrees
Depth Capacity: 0.6m to 45m (2ft-135ft)
Power: 3.7v Rechargeable Li Battery
Charger: 5V/500mA
Running Time: 5 hours from full charge.
Users: Up to 5 per device at any one time.
Suitable for connecting to Android 2.1 or iOS 4.3 and higher
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isn't that cheating at fishing :-)
Do they do one for finding pasta?
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Found one on the next deal posted!!
isn't that cheating at fishing :-)
I’d love to hear if anyone has used this and if it’s any good.
Do they do one for finding pasta?
Save your£60 ,there's loads of fish at Asda
And salmon at Tesco like the deal above
Edited by: "Vanmeerkat" 9th Apr
urbanbushwacker09/04/2020 21:25

Do they do one for finding pasta?


I think if you stood outside a supermarket and threw one of those in you would get arrested.
bigtricky09/04/2020 21:23

Found one on the next deal posted!!


Well, at least you can say this works.
What's the point in fishing at all if you're going to use this?
Zaphod9909/04/2020 22:43

What's the point in fishing at all if you're going to use this?


Depends, during the Zombie apocalypse & needing to feed ones family then this is the ticket, but if cheating during a fishing competition then here you go, or your there for two hours nada no bites and you know the fish are there, so not feeding, off to the pub it is then.
Just get the Gameboy accessory

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Why not just use a bloody great net and dredge the lake? Pointless
frenchian10/04/2020 09:51

Why not just use a bloody great net and dredge the lake? Pointless


Very intelligent contribution. Thanks.
Like some caravan owners become so obsessed with turning circles, towing weight and satellite TV reception that they never notice the view from where they've parked up, some fisherpeople (forgive the PC - we all know what sex they are) become obsessed with handsfree gadgets and remote doohickeys that take them further and further from the actual experience of being there and watching the water and wind and shade and second-guessing the fish.

But each to their own.
Noghar10/04/2020 11:45

Like some caravan owners become so obsessed with turning circles, towing …Like some caravan owners become so obsessed with turning circles, towing weight and satellite TV reception that they never notice the view from where they've parked up, some fisherpeople (forgive the PC - we all know what sex they are) become obsessed with handsfree gadgets and remote doohickeys that take them further and further from the actual experience of being there and watching the water and wind and shade and second-guessing the fish. But each to their own.


Thanks for taking the time to comment but tackle is part of the sport. It evolves as equipment does in every sport. Nobody sits staring at this little green ball all day. You use it and formulate your approach from the information you receive. This would be used for five/ten minutes and then put away (by me anyway).

To those who aren’t fisherpeople (sic) it is apparent that their understanding of the sport and the methods used are very limited. I’m not having a go by the way but if you don’t fish then you probably won’t understand/appreciate a specialist bit of kit like this.
If you are going to use this why not just chuck out a large net as its cheating in my book. TBH a lot of fishmen don't really fish they just lay out self hooking traps and then reel them in once they have been woken up by the bite alarm. Each to their own ay.
Ouzoherb10/04/2020 12:36

If you are going to use this why not just chuck out a large net as its …If you are going to use this why not just chuck out a large net as its cheating in my book. TBH a lot of fishmen don't really fish they just lay out self hooking traps and then reel them in once they have been woken up by the bite alarm. Each to their own ay.


Lol. I give up, I really do
TroutMaster10/04/2020 12:45

Lol. I give up, I really do


It's keeping us entertained, don't give up
Ouzoherb10/04/2020 12:59

It's keeping us entertained, don't give up


Haha. Simple things and all that
Though it was a sport
Perhaps I'm showing my age but, personally, these defeat the purpose of fishing for me. I wouldn't use one, for the same reason that I wouldn't use a bite alarm. For me, the pleasure is in sitting by the water and enjoying some quiet time in nature, getting to know a particular fishing spot, and trying different tactics. Which is just as well, given that I rarely catch much of note That said, I'd never knock someone for pursuing their hobby in their own way, so, if this enhances your enjoyment of your pastime, then crack on; be guided by your sense of fun.
Edited by: "Bullfrog" 14th Apr
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