G'day, frend. Recently I was touched with a not simple problem.
I want to go fishing along the sea coast. Before that, I only fished in familiar places or uncovered ponds and always knew where to eat fish and where not. But now I can not know for sure where she is. I was advised to buy a fishfinder but I do not know how to read a fishfinder. Someone will tell me a good article or source where you can read it? Something like this :
When choosing a transducer, an important aspect to consider is the cone angle. In other words, the cone angle tells you the width of the beam emitted into the water from your boat. A wider cone means that a larger area will get covered. As the beam goes down, the cone angle expands, but at the expense of sensitivity in deeper water. Here is the Details, before choosing a fish finder, great ideas for getting started
Check your cockpit
Choice of transducer
Dual single or multiple frequencies