The Ultimate Portable Fish Finder - Humminbird Smartcast RF 35

Published: 07th September 2006
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To make your life even easier, Humminbird has created the SmartCast RF 35. This is the ultimate in fishfinders as it is a wrist mounted fishfinder. Yes, you can simply use it as you would a watch. You can use it as a watch in fact. Having it on your wrist is the ultimate in convenience because it frees up your hands to do what you need to do and that is bait, cast, and reel in your fish. Check out the other features of the RF 35.

Besides being a great looking watch, the SmartCast RF 35 offers a great display to help your fishing. It has a high visibility 1 diagonal display, in fact, with 48V by 32H resolution. This all means is that it offers you a good sized screen (for a watch!) and a clear, crisp picture. It will give you the water surface temperature as well as digital depth readout. This allows you to know if the water is right for your type of fish and how deep the water actually goes. These are prime things to require in the fish finding units you can purchase.

The Humminbird SmartCast RF35 features a remote operating range thanks to its remote sonar sensor (RSS) that you can cast upto 75 feet from your boat or the bank, and it will read upto 100 feet in depth. Then reel it back in. This is superb for getting a good look at what's below and what's far out. The display is easy to read because it features digital depth readouts.

All of this is easy to use as well. The Humminbird SmartCast RF 35 has a backlight for fishing at night. No need to wait for sun break to use it. There is still much more to this RF 35, but all of it comes back to the fact that you can easily use this tool to locate your fish fast and accurately, and, best of all, you can do it while your hands are still on that rod!

Niall is a keen fisherman always looking at new tools to help him catch more fish. Visit Fish Finder Review for more information and great deals to help you find a Humminbird SmartCast RF 35 or other Humminbird GPS/Sonar marine navigation systems.

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