A new line of Chirp-ready transducers designed just for sportfishing and tournaments is now available. Coverage under the boat equates to feet of beam coverage in feet of water — nearly triple the beam coverage of original Chirp-ready transducers. By combining a low-frequency range of 40 to 60kHz with a medium frequency range of 80 to kHz, the improved series reveals more fish in the water column than ever before and is receiving good feedback from fishing boats captains.

The results should be in National Geographic! Marine installers are also reporting a good response to the new ultra-wide range. Joe Dieffenbach, of Custom Marine Electronics in Stuart, Florida, reports boat owners swapping existing transducers for the new Airmail model.

They are quickly becoming the choice transducer for 2kW echo sounders. Airmar, based in Milford, New Hampshire, also assures customers that the new transducers will provide superior depth capability and maximum clarity. New catalogues and brochures are being added constantly.

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PSULion You only live once. Starting a separate discussion related to the garmin thru hull transducer thread but specific to my boat build I'm researching transducer options right now and know I'll be getting the Airmar 1KW wide band chirp thru hull to mate to three Garmin 's, but it's hard to decide which models are best for my application.

My situation: - aluminum hull - salmon, bottom fish, and perhaps trolling for tuna when I make an infrequent run to the blue.

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Last edited: Oct 31, Well, i had 2 fairing blocks on my 33' sportfisher, never had a issue with them, worked great, had a si tex color video sounder, worked awesome, even at high speeds. Never broke one either. Just my experience with fairing blocks. Reactions: PSULion. The HW is all you will need for salmon and tuna, the M is a better choice than the L for bottom fishing as it will be a smaller cone and better for showing what is straight below you where your bottom rig is actually going to be instead of showing you what is off to the sides of you with the wider L cone.

I would go with the HW M combo. Reactions: PSULion and frozenherring. Wild Bill Drinking the Suzuki Kool-aid and liking it! I would mount at least one transducer Sshw would be my choice as far aft as possible.

At midship you will not be able to track your down rigger balls and the area behind them. Walker Inc. I've posted enough I should edit this section. Coldwater Walkaround. I feel the fairing block is superior to the tilted element transducers.

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On my boat the block is just up from the keel, starboard side 2 feet aft of my helm seat. I can track bottom at any speed with detail and clarity. I never loose the the picture, it can be flat calm or super rough. As far as the sounder module, my opinion is that regardless of what the manufactures say, the external modules perform better than the internal sounder circuitry.

Not sure. Just seem to not be as good across all brands. Easy swap! Reactions: 53driver and TonyG.Thanks to advancements in transducers and their digital-processing capabilities, chirp technology vastly improves your ability to mark fish and read bottom features.

Yet this technology has also complicated the selection process, especially when it comes to choosing the best frequency band for your particular style of fishing. Airmar Technology Corp. Some of these transducers offer two frequency bands in one model. To help simplify the subject, frequency bands can be categorized into three categories: high, medium and low.

Measured in kilohertz, a typical low-frequency bandwidth might span 28 to 60 kHz or 38 to 75 kHz.

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A typical medium frequency band would be something like 95 to kHz or 85 to kHz. On the high side, a band spanning to kHz or to kHz is fairly common. The best frequency band for you hinges primarily on the depth at which you fish and the desired coverage under your boat, says Craig Cushman, director of marketing for Airmar.

In general, high frequencies have narrow beams and provide the best resolution but are limited in depth range. Low frequencies penetrate deeper in the water column and cover a wider area.

If you fish primarily for striped bass in 20 to feet, then a high-frequency transducer such as the BHW that chirps across to kHz is a great choice, says Cushman.

With 1, watts of power, this transducer excels in the upper ranges yet will also reach depths of feet. Jim McGowan, marketing manager for Raymarine, echoes that advice, pointing to the high-chirp fish finder built into the new Raymarine Axiom and Axiom Pro multifunction displays and RealVision 3D transducers. In the real world, anglers rarely stick to one depth range. They might fish bays, inlets or coastal waters for bluefish, cobia, flounder, stripers and tarpon part of the season, and then fish the deep offshore canyons and ledges for tuna and swordfish another part of the year, Cushman says.

For these anglers, a dual-channel chirp transducer such as the Airmar BLH offers a solution. The high-frequency element chirps across to kHz, which is ideal for bays, inlets and coastal waters out to 1, feet, Cushman points out. This 1,watt transducer chirps across 85 to kHz, resulting in nicely defined targets in shallow water, as well as penetrating to depths of 1, feet.

Anglers who pursue daytime swordfish or enjoy deep-drops for species such as tilefish might want to see even deeper with a fish finder. The low-frequency channel chirps across 40 to 60 kHz at 2, watts, allowing you to read at depths to 4, feet, McGowan says. On the low-frequency 28 to 60 kHz chirp channel, it booms down to 10, feet for identifying deep structure and reading fish deep in the water column. Companies like Furuno, Garmin and Simrad offer systems with similar depth capabilities.

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Yet when shopping for a new chirp fish finder, serious anglers might want to first select the best transducer for their style of fishing, then work backward, Cushman suggests. With this approach, you ensure the chirp transducer meets your fishing needs in terms of depth, Cushman says.

You also make sure it fits your budget and your boat. Dual-frequency through-hull chirp transducers are particularly large. For example, the BLHW with a requisite high-speed fairing block measures just over 22 inches. That makes it impractical on boats less than 25 feet.

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In addition, if you select a transducer that operates on two discreet chirp channels, you will need to make sure your MFD or sounder also has dual-channel capability. With a bit of research and some reverse thinking, you can achieve optimum chirp fish-finder performance for just about any depth you want to fish.

Your email address will not be published.They have an Ultra Wide 40 degree beam angle at low! In ft of water that is over ft of circular bottom coverage. In ft of water that is ft of coverage!!!! This also has a fairly narrow Medium CHIRP element array which will give you unbelievable bottom detail and target separation off the bottom in all depths and targets. I would then find a High Wide transducer in a housing that can easily added to your boat. This will give you the detail and coverage needed to effectively target fish while trolling, jigging, chunking, popping and keeping your lures or bait in the strike zone.

The rest of this article will explain exactly what all of the above paragraph actually means in an easy to comprehend format. The fish finders and transducers we select to have onboard should be looked at as a top priority that will, overall, add up to more bent rods. Money spent on a quality fish finder paired with a quality and technique specific transducer is money well spent. Sonar was actually first used by Leonardo da Vinci when he placed a tube into the water and realized he was actually able to listen to different things in the water.

This is called passive sonar. What we use in fishing is referred to as active sonar. Active sonar not only listens for these different sound waves and pulses but actually sends the sound waves and pulses from what is called a transducer. I like to relate this three part fish finder system to a camera. The Film. My suggestion is to choose the largest, tallest, highest resolution touch screen you can fit and afford. A larger, taller and higher resolution display gives you the most data possible.

Keep in mind we are looking at a column of water, so the more pixels we can have vertically on the screen the more data can be shown. Think of the clarity that a new HD TV offers us today compared to that type of image the standard definition TV afforded us.

The Camera. In the past year alone, fish finder technology has exploded. Feature filled MFDs and fishfinders are hitting the market below past price points. The answer is built in style fish finders are great and upgrading to a black box or module is not always necessary. That being said — does a car sound system sound better when the speakers are plugged into a stereo or when wired to an amplifier? Transducers are sending a receiving and receiving a sound signal.

So why not put the thought into what is driving that sound?

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These are required when using 2kw or 3kw transducers but can increase the performance of 1kw or even w transducers tremendously. This not will only increase the performance of the transducer you have but will open more doors to customizing your system, with more settings and independent source control to enable you to get more dialed in.

Choosing the best fish finder will maximize and fulfill the peak potential of your transducer and systems performance. A camera with easy to use menus and options for fine and coarse tuning, will always provide a better picture compared to one that lacks those attributes and captures an out of focus, blurry and useless picture. The Lens. This is where I will focus most of my attention.

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Transducers,or the lens we choose, are to be correct for the picture we are trying to take and should match the hull and style of how you fish. Understanding the lens you have will give you a better understanding of why a picture looks one way or the other. And why some pictures capture everything and some have parts that were just outside the frame.

If you are trying to take a picture of an insect or bird next to a specific flower, you get a certain type of lens. If you are trying to take a picture of a goat on the other side of the ravine, then you get a certain type of lens for that. Same goes for fish finders and their equivalent transducers. If you want a picture of the bass hanging above some structure in 15 feet of water there are certain transducers that work great for that. If you want to see a pound broadbill bang his face into the mud chewing on snake mackerel and squid in feet of water there is a certain transducer for that as well.

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