iBobber Castable Bluetooth Smart Fish Finder – Carp and Night Fishing

iBobber Castable Bluetooth Smart Fish Finder – Carp and Night Fishing

iBobber Castable Bluetooth Smart Fish Finder - Carp and Night Fishing

  • Sonar depth up to 135 feet depth scale, fish depth
  • Tags two fish sizes under and over 38 cm. IBobber syncs with iOS 6.0, 7.0 and 8.1 operating systems (Apple). Phone and tablets for Android (v4.3), using Bluetooth Smart v4.0.
  • Built-in strike alarm, alerting you when the fish bite
  • Bluetooth Smart v4.0 maintains a strong, low energy connection with a smart device
  • Waterbed contour mapping up to 30 metres away

iBobber Sonar Fish FinderCast it out, find the fish, reel them in and repeat! This impressive fish finder uses sonar and connects to your smart phone or tablet (or smartwatch) and relays information live. Everything from the size of the fish, the temperature of the water, the number of fish, and even the waterbed’s contours is available to you! The app is free and has other features including weather, Trip Log (to record details for next time), and Lunar Calendar including sunrise and sunset tim

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Tackle Bargains – Smart Consumer

Tackle Bargains – Smart Consumer

Article by Tony Savour

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Tackle bargains, are like all bargains: a good deal. I like bargains I am positive you like bargains. This article will give you some positive ideas discussing the topic about how to be a smart consumer in order to save as much money as you can, by buying tackle at bargain prices.

To get the best tackle bargains you need to think out the box and try to buy as little as you can from tackle shops and rather, by more from online tackle shops, which like most items for sale online, are cheaper. With a bigger customer base online tackle shops can supply a large range of stock. Online tackle shops can also reduce the price at which they sell their stock due to the increase in sales. This is why it makes good consumer sense to purchase the majority of fishing tackle online.

It is true to say that if you are a beginner and do not have the necessary “hands on experience” when it comes to fishing, it is better for you to start out by buying your tackle from a high street fishing tackle shop. On the other hand, if you have prior knowledge of fishing, I see it as more beneficial for you to purchase your goods online where tackle bargains are most common. Many website I have found have monthly special tackle bargains that sell top of the range stock at bargain prices. The idea about having special deals means that we can buy different tackle bargains every month, which saves us a lot of money if we bought them at fishing tackle stores. On one website in particular I found a Berkley B2 12FT Carp Rod 3.5 LB reduced to

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