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NorCross HawkEye F33P Fish Finder
Ideal for fishing expeditions and family vacations, the Norcross Hawkeye F33P offers the latest in portable fish finder technology and is guaranteed to help you come up with better fish stories than ever before. Using an ultra wide, 45 degree sonar beam angle, this system delivers accurate depth, fish and bottom structure readings from 1.5 to 99.9 feet. Operationable down to zero degrees Fahrenheit, this unit includes a trollable, mountable, and floatable sonar sensor with 35 feet of cable and cable tie-strap.84% (14)
The F33P is exceptionally easy to use; simply turn the power on, toss the sonar sensor from the shoreline, bridge, or boat, and in no time flat you'll receive instant depth, fish, weed, and contour readings. With its "SideScan" adapter, the F33P can also attach to a broomstick handle to scan under weeds, lily pads, ice, or docks. For added convenience, this system comes with mounting tabs for hull mounting of your portable fish finder to canoes, kayaks, and jon boats.
The F33P delivers reliable readings by using algorithmic programming. This reduces the number of false readings, while the unit's fish identifier, depth scale, and two-stage audible fish alarm ensure that you'll always know exactly what kind of fish you're closing in on. Designed to hold up under all kinds of conditions, the antenna is powered by four "AAA" batteries for 20 hours of continuous use, the backlit display prevents eye strain, and a special LCD protector eliminates condensation in the display. This portable fish finder features a palm-sized design that fits into your tackle box, gear bag, or pocket, making this an extremely versatile unit you'll rely on again and again.
Priest wants famous fish to help others Darren Bernhardt, The StarPhoenix, June 15, 2005 A priest who used the power of prayer to hook a king-sized walleye last winter is now selling the fish that made him famous. Rev. Mariusz Zajac is hoping to receive $200,000 to $500,000 for the catch, which became an ice-fishing world record and resulted in international media attention. "It's not an easy decision to make. But I feel I have a duty," said Zajac, who was born in Poland and is priest at the Canadian Martyrs Roman Catholic Church in Carrot River, south of Tobin Lake. "I could keep it for myself in my cabin to look at or use it for the good of others. I have already looked at it for the past six months, so . . . " The walleye weighed 18 pounds and was 361/2 inches in length. The world record walleye for open water was caught in 1982 in Arkansas, weighing 22 pounds, 11 ounces. Zajac, 43, was on the verge of packing up his rod and reel after a futile evening of fishing in January. He decided to recite the Canticle of Mary, a prayer of gratitude, and jig at the same time. Within minutes, he was squeezing a 22-inch wide fish through a 10-inch hole in the ice. Zajac expects the fish, now mounted on a varnished plaque and preserved in an open-mouthed gesture, to be listed for sale on several fishing-related websites by Thursday. He will post it on EBay "only as a very last resort" because he wants it to go to someone genuinely interested who might use it for educational purposes. "I will take even less if I have a choice and it means going to someone who will use it for good things," he said. Zajac doesn't want it to become a fad item due to its religious connections, as has happened with a burned fish stick that resembled Christ and a decade-old grilled cheese sandwich which had a visage purported to be the Virgin Mary. The sandwich sold for $28,000 last year. The money from Zajac's fish sale will go to several causes close to the parish priest, including projects aimed at local youth and continued relief for South Asian fishermen displaced by December's tsunami. The catch came a few weeks after the Boxing Day tsunami. Zajac viewed his good fortune as a sign from above to help the fishing industry in those devastated countries. "It has been a blessing ever since I caught that fish," said Zajac, who picked up the nickname Father Walleye from fellow fishermen. He recently sent a $3,000 cheque to relief agencies in South Asia to purchase a boat and equipment that will serve six families. But rather than deal with the trickle of donations, Zajac decided to go for a whack of cash. People he has met through his newfound celebrity -- those at fishing magazines, fishing websites and bankers helping him with the tsunami fund -- have told Zajac he could get $500,000, "or even more," for the fish. Zajac lowered his expectations a little to avoid disappointment. "But I'm not going to sell for small bucks. I'd like to go into deep water," he said. "I believe it is worthy because it is the original fish -- the only one." All of the fame surrounding the catch has also added to the value, he suggested. The record fish ignited a business boom in the Tobin Lake area and inspired fascination with the power of prayer. Some of Zajac's parishioners have brought fishing lures to church to have them blessed while strangers from across Canada and the United States have contacted him, asking for prayer guidance. So admired was the catch that fishing fanatics went so far as to filch a photo from the Internet and claim it came from lakes or rivers in Manitoba, Ontario and Minnesota. A beaming Zajac, holding the whopper walleye was listed as an anonymous angler on the other websites. Although he'll be sad to see it go, Zajac firmly believes a larger walleye still swims those waters. And with God on his side, he stands a pretty good chance at hooking that one, too. © The StarPhoenix (Saskatoon) 2005All iced up below the viaduct at Parkhead Locks
No sign of Captain Beaky, the heron who is often to be seen in charge of the smaller open boat! When it is not being used towed to transport equipment, materials or just rubbish retrieved from the canal, it is a handy platform to watch for for fish suppers swimming in the canal. There is no chance of a feed here with the canal iced up and boats unable to move.
Ice Fishing Ultimate Panfish Kit This is the perfect full spectrum Ice Panfish Kit that includes jigs and spoons in all the best sizes and colors to cover a wide variety of situations on the ice. All Jigs and spoons can be used with live bait and scented plastics effectively. Everything you need in one convenient Plano box. The Ice Fishing Ultimate Panfish Kit includes a variety of high performance Panfish Cobra Jigs, Slo-Poke Jigs and Panfish Willospoons, for the SERIOUS ICE ANGLER. This Ice kit includes the ideal assortment of jig and spoon styles, sizes and colors for Crappies, Bluegill and Perch. These unique patented jig and spoon designs feature Mustad performance hooks and 3 hour glow-in-color finishes. Jigs and spoons can be tipped with scented plastics, like "Gulp" or live bait for vertical jigging or bobber rigs. Contents are enclosed in a compact Plano boxSimilar posts:
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