Fish are pesky little creatures, always hiding out so that you can’t find them when you’re lookin’ for your day’s catch. They always find ways to evade you, even when you know that they have to be somewhere under there (did I just make you say under-where?). Well Lowrance has introduced a new way to fishfind, with its new, easy-to-use hook series of fishfinders/chartplotters that are affordable and easy to use.
For example, the HOOK2 enables anglers to cover more water in less time with 2X wider sonar coverage with new Lowrance wide-angle Broadband Sounder and CHIRP sonar.
“With HOOK2, our goal was to capture the spirit of the Lowrance customer who values enhanced sonar and imaging, simple controls and clear displays – all at an extremely competitive price,” shared Leif Ottosson, CEO, Navico. “From Autotuning sonar settings, wide-angle sonar with double the coverage of most fishfinders and the easiest-to-use, push-button design, HOOK2 combines powerful performance and simplicity into a fishfinder every angler will love.”SideScan and DownScan Imaging complete the HOOK2 sonar arsenal on certain models, offering life-like images of fishing-holding structure to both sides and below the boat.
The most compelling feature, though, is the autotuning sonar which actively corrects sonar settings for the clearest underwater view. No longer is it man against the machine trying to adjust the sonar—it’s man and machine together against the fish. Most of the models also feature full navigational capability and pre-loaded, high-detail mapping. Cover almost twice as much surface and gang up on fish more effectively with help from one of the easy-to-use hook series fishfinding models from Lowrance.