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#12468846 - 10/17/17 11:29 AM Wireless fish finder (Deeper Pro)
smove Offline
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Registered: 02/09/12
Posts: 149
Loc: Forney, TX
Just wondering if anyone has had to opportunity to use the wireless fish finder (deeper pro)? I'm thinking about buying one, but I would love to hear some feedback on this unit if anyone has one or seen it in action.

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#12468854 - 10/17/17 11:33 AM Re: Wireless fish finder (Deeper Pro) [Re: smove]
BankBassin Offline
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Registered: 02/14/11
Posts: 1187
Loc: Allen, Texas 75002
I don't have the "Deeper" one but I have a different one. Depending on what you wanting to use it for it could work out well for you. I mainly use it to find depth and changes in the bottom. They will work well for that. With mine i'm able to see structure and depth changes just like a basic unit for a boat. If this is all you are wanting, then it will work just fine for you.
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#12468858 - 10/17/17 11:38 AM Re: Wireless fish finder (Deeper Pro) [Re: BankBassin]
smove Offline
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Registered: 02/09/12
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Loc: Forney, TX
Originally Posted By: BankBassin
I don't have the "Deeper" one but I have a different one. Depending on what you wanting to use it for it could work out well for you. I mainly use it to find depth and changes in the bottom. They will work well for that. With mine i'm able to see structure and depth changes just like a basic unit for a boat. If this is all you are wanting, then it will work just fine for you.


Thanks BankBassin, if you don't mind me asking, what type do you have? I read a couple complaints about the deeper not pairing with their Iphones. Have you had any similar issues?

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#12468864 - 10/17/17 11:40 AM Re: Wireless fish finder (Deeper Pro) [Re: smove]
fishin'aholic2 Offline
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Registered: 11/08/07
Posts: 13323
Loc: Irving, Texas
Like stated above it depends on what you are wanting to use it for. I have the original to use for crappie in the creeks and found it to be pretty hard to cast far and not showing enough detail to decipher brush from fish. For simple depth and water temp it works very good. Make sure your phone is charged.
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#12468872 - 10/17/17 11:45 AM Re: Wireless fish finder (Deeper Pro) [Re: smove]
BankBassin Offline
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Registered: 02/14/11
Posts: 1187
Loc: Allen, Texas 75002
I do not have an iPhone so I couldn't tell you about the pairing. The only time that I lose pairing is when I make a really long cast with it. If I get it out about 40-50 yards, it won't connect anymore. The rest of the time I do not have a problem with it pairing to my phone as long as I follow the instructions.
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#12468903 - 10/17/17 12:12 PM Re: Wireless fish finder (Deeper Pro) [Re: smove]
fishin'aholic2 Offline
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I remember having to pair it every time I moved spots and it had to be in the water to do so.
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#12468918 - 10/17/17 12:17 PM Re: Wireless fish finder (Deeper Pro) [Re: smove]
Banker Fisherman Offline
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Registered: 10/11/16
Posts: 324
Loc: Sherman, TX
I do not own the Deeper or the iBobber, but I have used both when with co-anglers. I would say that they are both useful and each does similar functions, but they each have different features. Since I mainly fish from the bank in ponds/small bodies of water, I liked the ability to check water temperature and see depth/structure. To be honest, the iBobber is the more economical choice with a more affordable price. As for the longevity between the two, I have heard different things.
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