Imagine 9 miles of isolated creek water full of 1-3lb spotted bass. Bass that may not have ever as much seen a hook and line. Then add 8 hours of topwater explosions. That is the bass heaven my friend and I experienced this past weekend. We launched our kayaks around 8am and pulled out at 6pm...
Notice the terminal strip on the front, the power switch on the side (prevents charger power from reaching the fishfinder), the 1 A fuse, and charger plug (on right top). Inside are 6 V, 7 Ahr alarm batteries connected in series to provide 12 V.
The battery box is an inexpensive container strapped to the kayak using a 1/4" nylon cord tied around the scupper "pillars." Transducer is mounted to the hull using marine goop in a 3" PVC protective shielding.
This is the katyak flying Catfish1.com colors! Rubber grommets hold flag to a driveway marker pole, and at the bottom to hold flag securely in cooler pocket. Notice also the RAM camera mount up front, and the KatBobber floats and safety float.