depth finder


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depth finder

[′depth ‚fīnd·ər]
(engineering)
A radar or ultrasonic instrument for measuring the depth of the sea.
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Quixon products provide manufacturers of marine instrument panel gauges and switches with a highly reliable self-aligning feature for simple and secure connections in a variety of applications such as fuel gauges, depth gauges, speedometers and tachometers and switches for ignition, blowers and depth finders.
com include downriggers, fish and depth finders, knives, books, DVDs, boots and waders, clothing, rods and reels.
New BASS excursions will provide guests with access to 100 new Bassmaster rods and reels, as well as depth finders and other professional-grade fishing equipment.
Skippers now rely on radar, sonar, depth finders, global positioning systems and satellite telephone.
Products covered under the plan include optics such as scopes and binoculars, a variety of electronic items including GPS units, depth finders and marine specialty products, apparel, footwear, outdoor equipment such as tents and shelters, hunting accessories, grills and more.
Emphasized McBride: "With 50 million fishermen and boaters in this country, their real curiosity with the world under the boat, and entry prices in the $400 range, I see underwater cameras becoming as common as depth finders.
Good ways to find likely crappie hide outs are with depth finders or simply by looking.
The customized bike mount was a re-engineered marine bracket originally used for mounting depth finders on fishing boats.