Top fishing professionals say it is game changer. This new technology delivers top-of-the-line live sonar functionality to the high-resolution HDS LIVE Ultimate Fishing System, as well as HDS Carbon and Lowrance’s recently introduced Elite FS displays – providing ActiveTarget Live Sonar connectivity with a wider range of displays and pricing options.
The ActiveTarget Live Sonar shows high-resolution images of fish movements in real time and in detail. With this immediate feedback, anglers can adjust the presentation to trigger a strike, and know if more than one predator fish is active in the area.
Offering three viewing options, ActiveTarget can be set to Forward, Down or Scout mode. Forward and Down views allow anglers to track fish in front of or below the live sonar transducer, and Scout mode delivers an ultra-wide, overhead view of structure and fish activity in front of the transducer – perfect for finding bait balls and big schools of fish.
ActiveTarget is a perfect complement for Lowrance Active Imaging 3-in-1 sonar, which includes extreme high-resolution SideScan and DownScan Imaging views for finding structure, and the superb target separation of Lowrance CHIRP Sonar.
“This sonar is unbelievable. It doesn’t matter how fast I’m going, how fast I move the trolling motor, it is instantaneous feedback of a true image of what’s going on under the surface of the water, and there’s no guessing,” said Skeet Reese, American professional bass angler, former BASS Angler of the Year and Bassmaster Classic Champion.
“I’m excited to use it. I think it’s gonna help me catch a lot of fish that I probably couldn’t have caught without it,” said Jordan Lee, former two-time Bassmaster Classic Champion and current Major League Fishing Points Champion.
ActiveTarget Live Sonar, complete with black box module and transducer is priced at € 1,655.00 / £1,491.66 (excluding VAT). For more information on ActiveTarget, HDS LIVE, Elite FS or the full range of Lowrance products, visit www.lowrance.com.
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