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02-21-2017 01:38 PM
slayerfish
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Originally Posted by cast-a-way View Post
I use a product called Duct Seal, it's basically a heavy duty silly putty. Make a small water tight reservoir and put your transducer in it. Add a small amount of water and boom, your in business. It's like 3 bucks at Home Depot
Sounds like the winner!
02-21-2017 07:51 AM
cast-a-way I use a product called Duct Seal, it's basically a heavy duty silly putty. Make a small water tight reservoir and put your transducer in it. Add a small amount of water and boom, your in business. It's like 3 bucks at Home Depot
02-20-2017 12:17 PM
albow I mounted a thru-the-hull vex transducer on my old aluminum boat, worked fine. You need a level spot and get all air bubbles out when mount with epoxy.

That would be cool if you could get it to "see" through plastic hull on your kayak.
02-20-2017 10:01 AM
slayerfish
Mount transducer thru-hull?

I sometimes take the kayak on Atown and was thinking I'd use my old HDS-5 for it. From what I read the transducer will shoot right thru make a sweet setup. That way I don't need a bracket, arm, etc.

Anyone try this?

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