I want to get my husband a really cool Gps system or a fish finder for him to use while he is fishing in his Kayak. I can only afford to spend about $100.00-$125.00.
Does anyone know of one that is really good?
I have just recently gotten a Lowrance X-65 fish finder from a friend. I would like to mount it and use it on my kayak. I need a transducer as well as a power cable. How should I approach this problem? Do I have to drill a hole through my kayak for a transducer?
Heavy duty 1,100 Dtex High Strength PVC fabric coated on both side with 1100 g/m2, 0.9mm. Fabric is thick, puncture proof and abrasion resistant.
High-pressure air deck floor.
Two removable aluminum platforms for gear attachment.
Storage space in front and bow under splash guards.
Accessories: pair of oars, repair kit and carry bag.
Product Description Easy to carry and portable to store, this fishing kayak is a must for any RV, campground or any other situation where fishing vessel’s portability is important. If you live in a condo next to the water and want to go fishing, but have no place to dock full size angler kayak, then this inflatable kayak will keep you ready for fishing in a moment’s notice.
This kayak is made of the same heavy-duty 1100 Dtex PVC as Saturn inflatable boats and rafts. The floor is made of a high-pressure air deck that is extremely rigid when inflated, but can be rolled up when deflated.
FK396 Fishing Series kayak comes with 2 removable aluminum platforms that can be used for mounting of various hardware, such as rod holders, fish finder, anchor mount, etc. The FK396 kayak also comes with pre-installed heavy-duty D-rings to accept 1 or 2 optional kayak seats.