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marcum iceducer work in summer

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hello i have a marcum lx 1 fish finder if i took the ice ducer put it in a bag of water and put on the floor of the boat would i get a reading i just dont want to blow the trans ducer up its a aluminum boat also if that helps other wise i just plop the transducer over the side of the boat i cant troll with it but it sure works for still fishing

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I tried mine in a aluminum boat and it didn't work. I put the ducer over the side of the boat and to me, it was way to sensitive.

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leechbait do you put the transducer in a little bag of water thanks for the replies i will try it out i was just afraid i would blow it up i'm not electronic savey if it works it will be great

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It will work on an aluminum Boat. Fiberglass probably not. A friend of mine clued a plastic cup to the bottom of the boat with the bottom cut out of it and added water that seemed to work good. When we did it on a whim one time we just used the water that was laying on the floor of boat and it worked great for reading depth!

As far as sensitivity being a problem that can be adjusted!

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it worked it worked yeah thank you all very much i even picked up fish and weeds the cup idea is awesome thank you all

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