Remote controlled boat fish finding. Does this have potential or should it remain decommissioned?

About 4 years ago I bought a rather large remote controlled boat rigged out with remote fish finder for discovering fish while shore fishing. I never really had any luck with it but I did at least manage to detect fish while maneuvering the craft from ashore. Do you think remote fish finder technology has improved enough now for me to make sense out of using this technique again in the future.

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2 thoughts on “Remote controlled boat fish finding. Does this have potential or should it remain decommissioned?

  1. I have seen this done before using spinning lures from a site called Home of the Brave Outdoors(.com) It seemed to work well. Its all in the technique.

  2. I live in Washington and that is very illegal. Even so I’ve seen folks use remote controlled boats to carry their rigs out to the middle of the Columbia in the Bonneville pool to catch sturgeon.

    I value my license too much to try this myself.

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