Lowrance Introduces New Eagle Fishfinder

Lowrance, a world leader in fishing electronics since 1957, today announced Eagle, the latest offering in the brand’s entry-level fishfinder/chartplotter lineup. Featuring newly designed, high-definition enhanced sonar, with FishReveal technology and detailed C-MAP charting including Genesis Live, Eagle is Lowrance’s most accessible fishfinder yet.

“Eagle brings Lowrance’s high-definition sonar to our most easy-to-use fishfinder, providing the ultimate tool for weekend anglers,” said Jeremiah Clark, VP and General Manager, Fishing Systems at Navico Group.

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“Developed to make fishing simpler and more enjoyable, Eagle is quick to install – whether on a boat or kayak – and features enhanced autotuning sonar and comprehensive C-MAP charts. Lowrance is dedicated to providing anglers of all levels the latest technology with the single aim of helping them to find and catch more fish and with its true eagle-like vision, this new fishfinder will deliver that.”

 


Eagle was developed exclusively for anglers by anglers. The newly designed TripleShot HD and SplitShot HD offer improved clarity, depth performance and sensitivity resulting in excellent performance under the surface, while FishReveal on DownScan continues to make it so simple to identify fish from weeds and structures.

Additionally, simple autotuning sonar gives anglers optimal settings from the start, eliminating the hassle of needing to constantly configure settings, and an improved twist-locking connector allows for easy and reliable installation and removal, making Eagle a great portable solution for any type of fishing – simply connect and cast.

Designed to fish, Eagle has a new, rugged, and modern design featuring a new IPS screen that offers improved resolution, clarity, and visibility, even with polarized sunglasses in direct sunlight. Plus, a new range of imaging colour palettes allows anglers to adapt the display to changing conditions.

 

Eagle’s C-MAP embedded inland and coastal charts for New Zealand allow anglers to spend more time fishing than searching. There’s also the functionality to create custom half-foot contour maps of local areas and unchartered water – in real-time – with Genesis Live, giving anglers all the details needed to discover and navigate to the best fishing spots more efficiently.

The Eagle fishfinder is available in 4-inch, 5-inch, 7-inch and 9-inch display sizes. The 4X model provides total flexibility with portrait orientation and true-scroll sonar but is not compatible with enhanced sonar features or mapping.

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Key Features

• Enhanced SplitShot HD and TripleShot HD transducers*

• Autotuning sonar provides optimal settings from the start

• Detailed C-MAP charting featuring Genesis Live* (dependent on the region)

• Enhanced IPS screen visible from all angles, even while wearing polarised sunglasses

• New reliable twist-lock connector system for easy installation in any boat or kayak

• SD card slot for software updates, Genesis Live recording, and charting add-ons*

• FishReveal mode to help separate fish from structure*

• Increase contrast and visibility with all-new imaging color palettes*

*Excludes 4x model

For more information on Lowrance and its fishfinding technology, please visit the Lowrance website.

- NZ Fishing News

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