The Deeper portable fish finder is one of the most unique gadgets on the market. Humminbird makes some fantastic portable fish finders, such as the Fishin’ Buddy, but NorCross has a great little fish finder called The Deeper that takes portability to a whole new level (without compromising quality).
The Deeper tennis ball-sized plastic sphere connects via Bluetooth to your smartphone. You can get the Deeper companion app and turn your Android or iOS phone (or tablet, for that matter) into a fully functioning fish finder as long as you have Android or iOS.
The maximum depth of 20 meters is suitable for most fishing applications. Deeper can operate in depths ranging from 1.5 to 40 feet, which is more than enough for most fishing applications. This works well in both fresh and salt water. Because the fish finder is dual frequency, you may switch between the two frequencies to get a clearer reading.
Use the Floating Fish Finder by attaching it to your fishing line and casting it where you want. You’ll be able to reach locations that a typical fish finder cannot – near the beach or at the docks – using Deeper. This is also ideal if you usually rent boats; all you need is a fish finder (which may fit in your pocket) and your phone (which you already have in your pocket).
The fish finder will be compatible with your phone, so you won’t have to worry about having cell service – all you have to do is turn on Bluetooth.
The companion program transforms your phone into a sophisticated fish finder. The following are some of the features available in the app: a lunar fishing calendar, integrated camera features, up-to-date weather reports, customized fishing log, integrated map function, and social media networks.
You may also use this fish finder for ice fishing, so you won’t have to spend a lot of money on a flasher.
As a closing remark, one of the most appealing aspects of the Deeper fishfinder is that it may be used with a huge screen – if you connect it to your iPad, you may have a fish finder with a 10-inch screen that would normally cost you several hundred dollars. Even though the depth and range aren’t particularly impressive, this fishfinder is an excellent choice for the weekend fisherman.