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GKF-02A user handbook(Ice fishing)


 Applicable district
 Description of display
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Shallow areas
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Weedy or silted areas
Schooling fish
 Ice fishing
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Ice fishing
Finding the right point for ice fishing can be a difficult matter. Using our product makes it very easily saving the hassle of cutting hole after hole.
First find your ideal point or situation, clear away the snow to expose the ice surface and ensure the surface is smooth. Place a small quantity of water on the ice and set the sonar on it. Allow the sonar to freeze to the ice, preventing any air between the sonar and ice, which would prevent the fish finder from working properly
Select sensitivity to "H" position.
The following conditions are best for the fish finder.
1) Ice thickness less then 10 inches (25cm)
2) Bottom depth less then 13 feet (4 meter).
3) Muddy bottoms less than 6 inches (15cm) thick.
4) Fish over 12 inches will be easily shown.
Attention: To remove the sonar from the frozen ice, gently tap the sonar at the base with your hand, if it does not come loose, spray a small amount of liquid water around the sonar surface and ice, repeat the steps until sonar can be removed easily.
Do not to use a blunt object to strike the sonar, which may damage it.
If you already cut an ice hole and have been fishing, but fish are sparse, use the horizontal searching method. (Refer to Horizontal search instruction.) (Note: to cut a new ice hole may generate noise and frighten the fish for a time.)


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