Getting better at using the Fish Hunter, but keeping it connected to wifi seems tough because it has auto on/shutoff when it knows it's in the water or not. Supposed to help conserve power, but is a pain in the arse sometimes. It uses wifi instead of bluetooth, because wifi transmits data 5x faster than bluetooth for accurately reflecting live data and the range is greater.
Still pretty neat little depth finder and will take some more getting familiar with, but here are some more data pics from my favorite crappie hole:
Casting out and reeling in:
Side view of same:
The fish are there!
And here is a pic from Springfield Park pond, just to see if anything was in there. Pretty flat on the bottom as expected since it is a small pond, but there are a few fish in it...
Hopefully this data helps someone in deciding whether to purchase one of these units or not. I'm still not sure about it for the cost, but with 5 sensors I have to be getting more accurate data than just 1 sensor, which is what I was hoping for.