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About Hawkeye by Norcross F33P Portable Fish Finder

With dozens of exclusive features including Weed-ID, mountable and side-scan-able sonar sensor, and 4 user selectable sensitivity settings, the FF33P is guaranteed to produce even bigger fish stories. The compact, palm-sized design 6" x 3" x 2" (15.24 cm x 7.6 cm x 5.1 cm) with a 1.5" x 1.8" (3.8 cm x 4.6 cm) Display fits in your tackle box, gear bag, or even in your pocket. It displays depth, fish, and bottom structure readings from 1.5' to 99.9' (0.46 to 30.5 meters) on a no glare, polarized Virtu-View liquid crystal icon display. Fish are clearly revealed with an integrated fish identifier, depth scale, and 2-stage audible fish alarm.

The multipurpose transducer can be tossed from the shoreline, dock bridge, boat, or can be transom mounted or placed in-hull on a boat, kayak or canoe; Fish from Anywhere, No Boat Required. Easy Touch Programming allows one-touch access to feature settings. The F33P has a Bottom Landscape Detection that will indicate whether the bottom is featureless or has a lot of good hiding places for fish to ambush their prey. Fish Finder has Soft-Glow backlighting for unmatched readability at night. Fish Finder comes with a Storage Bag and Neck Strap which keeps the unit safe and protected during storage and use.

The F33P Fish Finder is powered by 4 x AAA Alkaline Batteries (not included) with a 30 hour continuous use life expectancy. Unit can read depth in increments of 1.2" (3 cm), has a Sonar Beam Angle of 25° degrees, a Sonar Sensor cable that measures 30' (9.14 meters) and the Fish Finder uses 200 kHz Frequency. The Operational Temperature of the Fish Finder is 0° to 122° F (-18° to 50° C) so it's great for ice fishing too. The Fish Finder comes with: Sonar Sensor with Integrated Harness and Strap, Sonar Float with Rubber Stopper, Sonar Sensor Transom/Side Scan Adapter, Storage Bag, Neck Strap and Comprehensive Operation and Installation Manual.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 24 months.

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Hawkeye by Norcross F33P Portable Fish Finder Features

  • Hawkeye by Norcross F33P Portable Fish Finder
  • Guaranteed to Produce Even Bigger Fish Stories!
  • Displays Depth, Fish, Bottom Structure Readings from 1.5' to 99.9' (0.46 to 30.5 meters)
  • Multipurpose Transducer
  • 4 User Selectable Sensitivity Settings
  • Algorithmic Programming Virtually Eliminates False Depth Readings
  • Bottom Landscape Detection
  • Compact, Palm-Sized Design
  • Easy Touch Programming: Allows One-Touch Access to Feature Settings
  • Fits in Tackle Box, Gear Bag, or Even in Pocket
  • Great for Ice Fishing
  • LCD Display is Polarized Liquid Crystal
  • LCD Readable in Bright Sun or While Wearing Sunglasses
  • Reads Depths in Feet or Meters
  • Soft-Glow Backlighting for Unmatched Readability at Night
  • Sonar Beam Angle: 25° Degrees
  • Uses 4 AAA Batteries (not included)
  • Weed ID: Accurately Depicts the Height of Weeds, Helps Find Fish in Vegetation
  • Sensor Cable Length: 30' (9.14 meters)
  • Operational Temperature: 0° to 122° F (-18° to 50° C)
  • Dimensions: 6" x 3" x 2" (15.24 cm x 7.6 cm x 5.1 cm)
  • Display Dimensions: 1.5" x 1.8" (3.8 cm x 4.6 cm)
  • Frequency: 200 kHz
  • Sonar Sensor (Transducer) with Integrated Harness and Strap
  • Sonar Sensor Float with Rubber Stopper
  • Sonar Sensor Transom/Side-Scan Adapter
  • Storage Bag
  • Neck Strap

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HalkEye Portable Fish Finder is one of the best

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from Conroe, TX, US

What I really like about this fish finder is that you can hook the tip to a 15 foot paint pole and aim at an angle towards the water bottom and detect fish around ponds and shorelines of lakes.. great stuff and can measure depths pretty accurately..

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Shopper  what are the contents that come with the Hawk eye by Nor cross F33P portable fish finder?
KEVIN F  Handheld display. Transducer (sonar sensor). Transom/side-scan adapter. Sonar sensor float. Instructions.
Don K  Will casting the transducer as Tom G suggests result in damaging strikes from fish?
Juan A  The best way to remain incognito while covering an area to detect for fish, the best way I have found is to use a 10 lbs mono line with a heavy sinker on one end that measures 50 feet.. you through the line at least what may be 35 feet in front of you.. then run the line thru the holes on the transducer and when you lift the line it will carefully drive the transducer to the maximum length without scary off the fish.. you do have to do it slowly but it works pretty good in not making to much disturbance that will scare fish off.. remember.. that something that makes fish scatter more than just noise is shadows.. because fish will scatter if they think a bird of pray is going to dive after them..
Frank L  Not recommended.
Tom G  use it from shore? cast out transducer with fishing rod or what?
Juan A  Enter an answer to this question.The best way to remain incognito while covering an area to detect for fish, the best way I have found is to use a 10 lbs mono line with a heavy sinker on one end that measures 50 feet.. you through the line at least what may be 35 feet in front of you.. then run the line thru the holes on the transducer and when you lift the line it will carefully drive the transducer to the maximum length without scary off the fish.. you do have to do it slowly but it works pretty good in not making to much disturbance that will scare fish off.. remember.. that something that makes fish scatter more than just noise is shadows.. because fish will scatter if they think a bird of pray is going to dive after them..
GUYLON G  I have never cast it, I taped the transducer cable (at intervals) to a long bamboo pole and held it out over the water where I needed to position it.
LOU M  Actually, I used it in an ice fishing shack. Seemed to work well.
Tom G  that is not what I asked
LOU M  OK, I set the transducer in the fishing hole in the floor that was cut out. Just let it down a bit. The shack was about 30 feet from shore.
Tom G  FROM shore, is it practical to use from shore? Can the transducer be put out where you expect your cast to go when you are shore fishing, not ice fishing.
LOU M  Sorry Tom, I can't help you there, as I haven't tried that.
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