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Essential Marine Electronics
Electronics to Put You on More Fish


Are you old school? If you relish navigating your way by the stars or pouring over charts then you will most likely only need a basic electronics setup, certainly nothing too intrusive or fancy. For those of you who thrive in the modern world and like your gadgets, you will want the ability to keep in contact with the world by phone or email, and you'll most certainly want the very best in satellite navigation, particularly if you intend on heading out into open water. Figuring out what your basic needs are is your first step to tailoring your boat electronics.




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The first absolute basic is a radio. Even for those who loathe being disturbed on the water a radio is a must have, if only for emergencies. Likewise installing an AIS (automatic identification system) should be at the top of the list for anyone considering heading out into open waters. It helps Vessel Traffic Services identify and track your boat, which will prove to be an absolute lifesaver should you at any time become lost.

A GPS system is a recommended priority. Many may prefer navigation by more antiquated methods, but you'll thank your stars for a GPS setup should the fog roll in when you are miles out from shore. You might even begin to wonder how you ever managed without it! Some of the most popular models also run your fishfinder data through the same display, a handy tool for those looking for a sizeable catch. On that subject, fishfinders can make trolling less of a hit or miss activity. By using sonar your fishfinder can accurately locate fish and even submerged hazards within a certain range. Combining this data with your GPS can help you get safely back to shore if the weather turns nasty.

If you've given in to the fact that you really want all this gadgetry then you will absolutely need something to view all your data on. Choosing your display should be the same as picking out a television - the bigger, the better. A 7 inch display is a recommended minimum, but a 10 - 12 inch screen if you can afford it is markedly better as adverse weather conditions can make viewing your display a bit tricky.

There are a wide range of other fanciful bits of tech out there, and even more marine retailers who will do their best to convince you that you need them all. As much as you should be sure not to be pressured into buying electronics you don't really need do try not to skimp on product quality either. A few pieces of good quality electronics can make all the difference to your fishing experience, and those I have mentioned above are the very basic essentials any serious angler should have.




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