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Get an Eagle-eye view on fish

by Sandman PR on 10 Apr 2009
Eagle Fisheasy 350c Sandman PR http://www.sandmanpr.com.au

Eagle has released a brighter, smarter, mid-range fishfinder in an ultra-compact package – the FishEasy 350C.

Suitable for kayaks and mid-sized trailerboats, the full-colour FishEasy 350C features an 8.9cm, 256-colour, high-definition active matrix TFT display that is brighter than ever before for a unit of this size, which means you won’t have to squint to see those arches even when the sun is glaring.

The unit also includes Eagle’s COLORLINE™ function, which matches different colours to different rates of return, thereby making perfect use of the display’s 256 colours to tell you what kind of bottom you’re travelling over.

For anglers who like to get out on the water pre-dawn or stay after dark, the FishEasy 350C also has a backlit keypad and screen for bright performance in low-light conditions.

Complete with built-in temperature sensor, Eagle’s 200kHz Skimmer® transducer has an output of 800W, resulting in fish-finding performance down to a depth of 183m with a wide 60° cone angle. The Skimmer® transducer is also strong enough to shoot through fibreglass (when properly installed), making it an economical option for anglers looking for a through-hull sounder.

The FishEasy 350C’s Hyperscroll™ function allows quick adjustment of the ping rate, so you can lower it when you’re travelling fast looking for fish, then increase it when you hone in on a promising arch or when drifting across likely-looking areas. With alarms for minimum/maximum depth and fish, you also don’t have to keep your eye on the display the whole time.

Completely sealed and waterproof to withstand the harshest saltwater environment, the Eagle FishEasy 350C is covered by a full one-year warranty. RRP is $419.00.

Further information:
Navico Australia – (02) 9936 1000 or visit: www.eaglenav.com.au

Navico is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of marine electronics and the parent company to five renowned brands: B&G, Eagle, Lowrance, Northstar and Simrad. Visit www.navico.com to find out about our full range of products, including our revolutionary broadband radar and HDS integrated navigation system – new for 2009.
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