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Zercom Clearwater Pro

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I bought a new Zercom Clearwater Pro. It came in plastic case that will not last very long. Im trying to find some some of a portable case that this will fit on. Do any of you have any ideas? Will this fit on a Genz Box?


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I bought a Eddie Bauer camera case for mine at Target. It works great, it's plenty big and holds the battery, ice-ducer, unit, plus has 2 side pockets and one real big front pocket for some jigs,line and my g.p.s.
It's very rugged and insulated.

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mpotter, I have a clearwater classic that came in a genz box, I would think it would fit fine.

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You can get the New Vexilar Ultra Pack case for about $48.

The Ultra Pack case offers features like an enclosed 9 amp/hr battery storage controlled by a master power switch.

A Battery Status Indicator comes standard.

Protected charging/accessory posts, universal transducer holder.

Fishing rod holder.

Float holder, and neat cable storage are also standard. Also comes with a Genze style dangle rod transducer holder that fits in 3 locations.

You even get a tackle box that fits securely into its own slot.

If you have not seen one, check it out.

Very cool.

Ed "Backwater Eddy" Carlson

Backwater Guiding
"ED on the RED"
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Thanks guys. I think I will get a genz box before I can afford the fl-18. I wasnt sure if the zercom would fit. Thanks for confirming it.


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