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  1. Outlife Wireless Sonar Sensor Portable Fish Finder

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  2. Lowrance Hook 2 series Fish Finder New model For Sale Some anglers will say finding fish is an art. Others will say finding fish is most certainly a science. Of course there are plenty of balanced fisher folk that will swear there is an element of art and science. For the smart angler, finding fish quickly and easily is all about owning a new model Lowrance hook 2 series Fish-Finders, for sale now. The Lowrance Hook 2 Fish Finder series has a model that is perfect for your needs. They’re feature packed, including DownScan, SideScan, GPS navigation and premium chart plotting depending on which model you choose. Importantly, the Hook 2 series offer twice the sonar coverage. This means you spend more time in the battle fishing and half the time on the search. There’s a model for your kayak and a model for your cruiser, with everything in between catered for. One of the greatest features is that they are plug and play; ready to go straight out of the box. System navigation is incredibly simple. It’s designed much like a smart phone, so it’s an interface most people will be familiar with, allowing you to get familiar with all of the functions and navigation quickly. You can customise your Lowrance to suit your style and techniques, and you’ll enjoy great visual features such as twin pages on the one screen. The super accurate images of the watery depths allow you to identify subsurface features, fish and even your lure, with great accuracy. The word is already out that the Lowrance Hook 2 Fish Finder is the most feature packed finder at this very accessible price point. The key feature of the new Hook 2 is that it is easy. Easy in every way. The new model Lowrance Hook 2 series Fish-Finder is easy to easy to install, easy to operate, easy to navigate and easy to afford. This makes it a heck of a lot easier to find fish. Check out the model specs below and then choose your Lowrance Hook 2, for sale now. Features and Specifications HOOK2-4x wi

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  3. AFN Northern Fish Finder 12 Edition Guide BookAustralia?s most detailed fishing reference, and the undisputed bible for fishos planning a northern adventure.

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  4. AFN Western Australia Fish ID Card Fish GuideMake sure your catch is legal by checking the regulations on the AFN Western Australia Fish ID Card! These cards are waterproof, tearproof and crushproof and show every local fish that has regulations associated with it, and of course all of the most popular species. AFN Fish ID Cards are double sided, and a ?must have? for the boat or tackle box! Features:Detailed fish illustration for quick identificationGood eating guideAngling meritBag limitsMinimum size limitsSeasonsProtected speciesDangerous species

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  5. Reef Finder Book - BYO Guide This book if a great book to help identify various fish, sponges, worms and much much more - perfect for the person into marine Description: Reef Finder Winner Whitley Award 2015 With the Reef Finder you can identify anything by choosing what it looks like! The world's first searchable field guide that you can take underwater. What does it do? It answers the fundamental question: "What kind of thing is that?" "¦while you are diving. How does it work? By searching a Visual Index for easy to understand shapes (e.g. fingers, spines, spirals), textures or concepts (e.g. holes, tentacles). You can even search by "sediments". Who is it for? Everyone! "“ recreational divers, dive instructors, dive boats and businesses, snorkelers, reef walkers, students, naturalists, scientists. Why should I buy it? It's a smart, interactive, searchable dive slate that identifies anything at a fantastic price! There is nothing else like it.

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  6. Coral Finder Book - Indo Pacific This book if a great book to help identify various corals - perfect for the SPS LPS coral lover Description: Coral Finder Book - Indo Pacific The World's best coral field guide just got better. Coral Finder 3.0 The 3rd edition of the book that took the mystery out of coral identification is now available. The Indo Pacific Coral Finder delivers instant genus level coral ID anywhere between the Red Sea and Easter Island. PointerOver 100 new images and expanded genus coverage PointerOver 100 refinements to the logic PointerNew topside workflow. PointerDramatically improved print quality Pointer Splash proof laminated design (use wet handed / not suited for diving) Check out the improvements here! BYO Guides (Coral & Reef Finder Books) The world's first comprehensive coral ID guide that you can actually take underwater. What does it do? Lets the untrained diver identify corals to genus level regardless of growth form. Links to topside resources for post dive learning. How does it work? Use the simple Visual Navigation system to select a page of "best bets" for what your coral might be. Now your choice is simple and easy to confirm. All ID's cross reference back to Corals of the World for post dive follow up to species level. Who is it for? Everyone! "“ recreational divers, dive instructors, dive boats and businesses, snorkelers, reef walkers, students, naturalists, scientists. Why should I buy it? It's a smart, interactive, searchable dive slate that identifies anything at a fantastic price! There is nothing else like it.

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  7. The book is written with the aim of "keeping it simple" so that it is clear and easy for a range of readers to follow and understand. It aims to inform those who have little or no experience with echo sounders and also to provide new insights to more experienced echo sounder users who are seeking to broaden their knowledge and skills.

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  8. North Australian Fish Finder 12 is the latest edition of Australia's fishing 'bible', released for 2017/18. This book is essential kit if you are chasing the NT's Million Dollar Fish (MDF), as it contains the most detailed Northern Territory fishing maps available anywhere. MDF will run again in the 2017/18 wet season, with dozens of $10,000 tagged barramundi to be caught in NT waters.

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  9. Dynamic desk lamp with swimming fish and colour change LEDs Fish don't just float, they swim around the lamp Colour change LEDs create a soothing ambience

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  10. This book traces the discovery of Australia's fishes from the earliest days of taxonomy to the first part of the 20th century. It provides a unique insight into the diverse pathways by which Australia's fish were discovered and outlines the history of early maritime explorations in Australia that collected natural history specimens. The book covers the life and work of each of the most important discoverers, and assesses their accomplishments and the limitations of their work.

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  11. Covering almost 1,100 species, often with multiple images for important life stages, this field guide represents the most comprehensive collectionof the tropical fishes found on Australian reefs, including the Great Barrier Reef, Coral Sea, Ningaloo Reef, Lord Howe Island and Norfolk Island.Many of the species covered are also found widely throughout the Indo- Pacific, from the Red Sea, up to Japan and across to French Polynesia, and travellers will also find this book handy, particularly for popular tropical South Pacific destinations.About the AuthorAuthors Rick Stuart-Smith, Graham Edgar, Andrew Green and Ian Shaw have decades worth of collective experience studying andphotographing reef fishes around the world, especially through their contributions to the Reef Life Survey program (www.reeflifesurvey.com).

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  12. The first complete field guide to thefishes of Australia’a southern half –now in a revised edition. The speciesentries are grouped in families in theinternationally accepted scientificorder. Families are arranged so thatthose with closely related featuresfollow on from one another, makingcomparison easy.Length measurements for adults aregiven along with general texthighlighting, diagnostic features,interesting aspects of the species andhabitat. Every species account isaccompanied by one or more colourphotographs, nearly all of which showthe fishes in their natural habitat, and adistribution map. All these featuresenable positive identification of over700 species. This marvellous volumewill also appeal to fish biologists,divers, naturalists, commercial andrecreational fishermen, and anyone withan appreciation for these ancientevolutionary survivors.About the Authors Dr Barry Hutchins is a marine biologist at the Western Australian Museum, specialising in the classification, distribution and evolution of the fishes inhabiting Australia's southern seas. He has published over 90 scientific and popular articles on the Australian fish fauna, including four field guides. Since 1981 he has served on the Records Authority of the Australian Anglers Association as chief scientific advisor. Roger Anthony Swainston is an Australian painter. Naturalist and zoologist, he is one of the most recognized artists of the underwater world. He was raised in the Western Australian outback surrounded by wildlife. The unique Australian flora and fauna fascinated and inspired him from an early age and he has drawn and painted it since childhood. In the late 70's he travelled and worked around the north coast of Australia on fishing trawlers.

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  13. GPS Handbook is the invaluable companion to the novice or experienced GPS using angler alike, or to the travelling angler who wants a head start on unfamiliar waters “GPS Handbook is the invaluable companion to the novice or experienced GPS using angler alike, or to the travelling angler who wants a head start on unfamiliar waters. Containing over 2000 GPS marks for destinations all around Australia this updated edition will also tell you how to get the best from your GPS unit. It will become an automatic addition to your fishing kit!”

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  14. In every coastal town in Australia, there’s a bait shop and a boat ramp,and, in garages around the country, fishing rods are strung up waiting for theirnext outing. Many of us have a special fishing spot, and families pass on tipsfrom generation to generation and exchange fishy tales of amazing catches andnear misses. Bringing her personal passion for throwing in a line, author Anna Clark celebratesthe enduring pleasure of fishing in TheCatch: The Story of Fishing in Australia. This book charts the history offishing, from the first known accounts of Indigenous fishing and early Europeanencounters with Australia’s waters, to the latest fishing fads; from the introductionof trout and fly fishing to the challenges of balancing needs of commercial andrecreational fishers. “I just couldn’t put it down … my best fishing read to date” ~ Rob Paxevanos, host of Fishing Australia (TV) Read the review in the Sydney Morning Herald here.

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  15. This indispensible field guide - the most comprehensive of its kind - covers nearly 1,100 fish species from the tropical seas around Australia. Each has a photo and concise written account. The book summarises information on marine fishes living...

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  16. Autumn is upon us, and as the seasons change a new variety of fish species and fishing techniques come into play for the sportfishers. Monster GT’s make for one of the toughest combatants an angler could ask for, and John Cahill can’t get enough of these bruisers. Logan Dixon gives some of his top tips for targeting bream on the flats in areas such as Moreton Bay in Queensland, while Simon Cardone ticks off a long held dream to fish the stunning Kimberley Coast with a few of his mates. Surface fishing is often associated with slashing strikes and surface disturbances, but Mark Gercovich changes tack and suggests a gentler approach can often be the key to obtaining a bite. For close to a decade Bryn Mathew has traveled thousands of kilometres across the top of the country in his quest for saltwater barramundi, from the remote upper reaches of wilderness creeks and rivers to the well-known congested boat-to-boat thoroughfares. In this article however, his first trip to Rockhampton was something special. Trevor Hawkins explores 3 Victorian trout streams over 3 days with the AFN film crew in tow, and discusses a few of his hints to fishing remote and overgrown wilderness creeks. All that and more can be found in this issue of Sportfishing Australia magazine!

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  17. Issue 151 is bumper with great articles and techniques. In issue #150, Marc Ainsworth and Anthony Forster introduced the victorian fisheries authority's 'care for cod' campaign. In this article, Anthony goes further to explain more of the history, rationale and detail of the campaign. Colby Lesko delves into the Darling River to explore all manner of big cod possibilities. When it comes to selecting jighead and soft plastic combinations. Andrew McGovern believes that the key to success is to mix it up. Trevor Hawkins offers a brief overview of some of the most reliable and heavily fished rivers below Victoria's most iconic mixed fishery, Lake Eildon. Nige Webster takes us on a freshwater adventure through tropical North Queensland in search of three species of fish: these fish are all apex predators in their domain and require understanding, technique and a little luck to catch all in the one trip. Trevor Hawkins ponders the benefits of making more of an effort to introduce kids and women to a life of fishing and reducing the stigma of it being a male dominated pastime. Enthusing the next generation about fishing isn't easy in the screen-age but, as Marc Ainsworth explains, it can be worth the effort. Every angler gets a real kick from watching fish swim about in their natural environment, salt or freshwater, but for many anglers, that is just the icing on the cake when it comes to wearing polarised sunglasses according to Trevor Hawkins. Mark Gercovich explains reasons why using large minnow type lures work on the merri and hopkins rive r and the lakes in western Victoria. The red gum forests that blanket the beds of most rivers across the Murray Darling Basin have finally been revealed again after two years of high and swollen rivers.

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  18. Flytec 2011-5 Generation 50cm Fishing Bait RC Boat 500M Remote Fish Finder 5.4km/h Double Motor Toys Description: Basic information Brand:Flytec Item No:2011-5 Color:Black and green Max speed:5.4km/h Power System Motor:double motors,390A Transmitter Frequency: 2.4G Channel:4CH Battery:4X 1.5v AA(not included) Control distance:about 400-500m Battery Battery: 7.4V 5200mAh Lipo(included) Charging time:about 10-12hours Using time:about 2-24hours Other Material:ABS plastic and electric components Load capacity:about 1.5kg Dimension Boat Size: 50*27*20cm(L*W*H) Packaging size: 60*31*20cm(L*W*H) 1.ABS engineering material hull body injection molding 2.Large capacity rechargeable battery,5200mAh lipo battery 3.Double motor with the boat,large load design,it can load about 1.5kg 4.It can remote about 500m distance without barrier 5.Waterproof grass double motor design,with the waterproof cover 6.Two-silo design allows free control of spotting,each bait can be opened separately. 7.The night light adopts strong blue light design to identify the direction in the night flight 8.Dedicated digital automatic frequency modulation device 9.Strong wind resistance and endurance Package included: 1X RC Boat(included the battery) 1X Transmitter 1X EU Charger

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  19. Australia's most detailed fishing reference, and the undisputed bible for fishos planning a northern adventure.

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