Humminbird SmartCast: Sonar Sensors To Help You Find Those Elusive Fish
How many days have you wasted not knowing where the fish are or not being able to locate the right hot spot to catch the fish that you want?
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How many days have you wasted not knowing where the fish are or not being able to locate the right hot spot to catch the fish that you want? The Humminbird SmartCast RF 40/45 will provide for you a good idea of what you have to deal with. Don’t waste your time, use the SmartCast instead. It has many of the features that you are looking for and you can depend on it for high quality every time. Here, check them out.
First, the Ultra Wide 90 degree sonar beam is awesome! Get a great view of the bottom from a whole 90 degrees. This will make your job just that much easier at locating fish when you can see so much in so many directions. But, the remote sonar sensor or RSS is what makes this tool so great. It allows you to place remote sensors anywhere you want and to feed back the results to your location.
Where are they heading? What is out there? Where should you go next.? It can help to answer all of these questions for you.
The RSS will last about 400 hours in the water use. You can use the Wet Switch to maximize battery life. It automatically shuts down when you take the RSS out of the water. This will help you to not forget to turn it off therefore saving the battery life. It offers a 75 feet remote operation range at 100 feet in depth. You get a wide area’s view as well as a deep one! More detail more precision for you.
The other features offered by the RF 45 include an Ultra Wide sonar that offers twice the water depth coverage as well as 500 hours of in the water use. You will find that is offers 120 feet of remote operation range and 150 feet of depth. It is simply the next version up of the RF 40. Either of these RSS models will provide you with the information you need to have that perfect catch every time.