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Huminbird 360 - will it work better on ice than open water?


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Not that I'll be spending the $2-$3,000 for one of these, but I think putting one in a perm linked to a flat screen TV could be super cool if it could show schools of fish moving through at real time. Combined with a good flasher would be deadly. If nothing else you could put your house right on top of some sweet structure. Has anyone else thought about this? I think we're looking at the future here. I can't imagine what we'll have in 15 years or so with added detail.


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I've been waiting quite some time for 360 SI...Problem is, they made this for a boat...and not for ease of use on ice...

I do think you could rig this perfectly in a wheel house, and maybe even to a 4-wheeler, but not for a portable ice fisherman.

I'm hoping a condensed version comes out in the next year.

BTW, you have to spend >$1500 on a Hbird Unit before spending the $2-3K on the360.

At this point, i don't think i'll be adding the 360 to my humminbird simply because it doesn't add $3000 of value to my already priceless side imaging unit.

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Yeah i've been keeping my eye on the 360, but i think they've got a ways to go. I want a 360 on ice more than i do on open water. I would spit out the cash if i could use it all year round, but the package as i see it today is not ice friendly due to size and mobility. Thing is huge!

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