We are hosting a fishing electronics seminar at Radioworld on Saturday April 30th 2016. Speakers and reps from all the major manufacturers will be here. The seminars will be about 40 mins in length and you are welcome to attend one or all of them as they are all free of charge!
9am – Nick Cousvis – Humminbird/Minn Kota
10am – Gerry Heels – Lowrance
11am – Dave Bairstow – Garmin/Panoptix
These seminars will be great to attend to better learn from these pro’s how to use your electronics. If you are undecided on which brand to purchase join us for all the seminars to see which brand will be best for you.
We’ll have a sale on our marine electronics that day as well with incredible prices!
Please register with us by emailing email@example.com
Join professional angler Barry Graves at Radioworld on Saturday April 4th 2015 for his seminar “Taking the Mystery out of Fishing with Electronics”. Barry constantly uses his Humminbird electronics on the water to not only find fish but also to position his boat to make the perfect cast once he has found them.
Using electronics isn’t something just for anglers fishing deeper water as Barry will demonstrate how he relies on them when fishing shallow cover for Largemouth bass. He will cover a number of other situations where electronics play a major role in his fishing.
This seminar is FREE of charge to all who wish to attend but we ask that you register with us at firstname.lastname@example.org to help us plan for the day. We will have complimentary coffee and timbits.
We are always happy to receive feedback on products we offer. We recently received this feedback on the Micro Start XP-1 from Antigravity batteries. They produce a quality product that will boost most vehicles and provide back-up power for your electronics.
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The Antigravity Batteries Micro-Start has been unbelievable. Of course you only need it when conditions are their worst. Last winter was one of the coldest on record and my Micro-Start spent most of that time in my truck. That’s below minus 20 degrees for weeks at a time. Yet, without needing a refresher charge, I have boosted several six cylinder vehicles with no issues at all. I was completely surprised to tell you the truth. I have also used it to get me out of a jam when my cell phone has been dead several times. Ya, I could leave it charging in my truck but when you get out, in my case, to eat at a restaurant, I cant be without my phone for operational reasons. The XP-1 is no bigger than a deck of cards so I could continue charging it at the table and not miss a call. I’ve also used it to run my lap top in an urgent situation. This is now part of my standard kit on the north shore.
Having said that, nearly every guy in my detachment wants one and I’m going to recommend for all the Provincial Critical Incident Commanders this year.
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Ontario Provincial Police
This is a great opportunity to learn how to use your Lowrance unit by one of the most knowledgeable anglers in Canada. This seminar is FREE of charge for any one interested in learning more about their Lowrance products. No matter where you purchased your Lowrance or if you are considering a Lowrance unit you are welcome to joins us.
Navionics rep Scott Walcott will be here as well to talk about the new mapping options available for this year Navionics+ and SonarCharts.
I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to get a day on the water with our Humminbird rep John Noel this past week to learn about their 360 Imaging sonar. My initial impression of the 360 (before I got on the water with one) was it is pricey and too large for most people to even consider. A $2000+ transducer that is almost the size of a 6’ Talon was just too much for me to get over. My opinion completely changed after seeing it in use and how practical a tool it truly is and it WILL help you catch more fish.
Humminbird and Minn Kota have done an awesome job at designing their new Talon/360 brackets. John’s boat had a dual 8’ Talon setup and on the starboard side the 360 adapter bracket was mounted there. With all this mounted to the transom there is no question it is busy looking. However, with all the benefits of this technology that outweighs the downside in my mind.
John had the Lakemaster Chart loaded in his 998c SI unit and we navigated to our first fishing spot a mile or so offshore. Once we arrived we deployed the 360 through the menu in the 998 and began to see exactly how the rock piles on the shoal laid out. The boat was equipped with a Minn Kota Terrova with iPilot Link which makes navigating while fishing extremely easy. Through the remote control we had full access to the list of waypoints in the 1198c SI mounted on the bow. At a low trolling speed we used the iPilot Link to take us from waypoint to waypoint (which were rock piles on the shoal).
I caught a couple of small fish dragging a tube behind the boat and one that I marked on the sonar. John was fishing for bigger bites with a jigging spoon but didn’t have any luck. My eyes were opened to the effectiveness of the 360 when I noticed something off to the side of the boat as we were slowly moving to our next waypoint. I picked up a drop shot with a Jackall Cross Tail tied on and cast in the direction of a rock pile we didn’t have a waypoint on. After my weight hit the bottom I felt rocks and after dragging it a few feet I got a solid hit. The fish ended up being a 3 1/2 pounder that I never would have caught without the 360 revealing that structure in perfect detail to me. I was able to repeat that a few more times throughout the day.
On the 360 there are range rings that show you the distance away from the center (the boats location) so it’s easy to gauge how far you need to cast to reach a target. When you purchase the 360, Humminbird includes a GPS antenna that has a built in compass heading sensor. This is what lines up your 360 imaging with the direction of your boat. When something shows up on the screen to your left it’s actually to the left of the boat so you know right where to cast.
One other thing I noticed about the 360 is that when the boat was stationary the image was much more defined. This is because the transducer rotates which creates the movement you need for high detail images. Just like with side imaging your boat needs movement for the best detail.
If you ever get a chance to see a 360 in action it won’t take long before you too are convinced of the value of having this on your boat. All it took for me was one fish.
Kicking off 8 weeks of NO TAX sales at Radioworld is our “Opening Season” sale on select Marine Electronics. This sale begins on Saturday May 4th and runs until May 18th 2013 and is available in store and online.
We will be offering No Tax on the following brands.
To kick this sale off right we are hosting our first special event day of the year by bringing in reps from Humminbird and Lowrance to help you make an informed purchase and learn how to use the units. They will be here from 9:30am until 1pm on Saturday May 4th.
This is just part of Radioworld’s biggest sales event ever! Keep an eye on our website for the rotating sales over the next 8 weeks throughout many different product lines.
On Saturday May 4th 2013 we will have manufacturer’s representatives on hand from Humminbird, Minn Kota, Lowrance, and Simrad to demo their Sonar, GPS, and Imaging Sonar products.
We will have the much anticipated new Humminbird 360 on display and ready to demo.
If you have purchased a unit already the reps and Pro-Staff will be here to answer all of your questions on how to use the units to get the most out of them. These guys are the experts and will show you everything you could imagine.
They will also be here to talk to anyone interested in making a purchase to help explain the differences between models.
The reps will be here from 9:30am until 1pm and we will have small group stations set up for the workshops. There is no charge for these workshops and anyone is welcome to attend. Just bring your questions!
Starting today at Radioworld we are storming into March with our “March Madness Sale”.
There will be a taxes in sale on all of the following…
All Minn Kota products
All Power-Pole products
All Transducer Shield and Saver products
All RAM Mounts
All RMC Boatworks Mounts and Trolling Motor Stabilizers
All Raptor products
All Glomex products
All Lowrance accessories
All Simrad accessories
All Humminbird accessories
We also have the Hydrowave Freshwater models on for $410 taxes in! The FishHawk X-4 is at $599 taxes in and the FishHawk X-4D is $750 taxes in!
Now if that isn’t enough we are going to have select models from manufacturers on sale like the Lowrance Elite7 HDI Gold for $750, the Humminbird 598 ci HD SI for $840 plus a $100 mail in rebate. All Navionics charts will be $25 off when purchased with a Humminbird, Lowrance, or Simrad chartplotter.
Much of our remaining Ice Fishing stock from Humminbird and Vexilar is on sale and all MarCum products are so low we can’t even advertise the prices!! Email, call, or visit the store for MarCum pricing. Aqua-Vu Micro AV Plus camera’s are on for $355! The full size Aqua-vu underwater cameras are also part of this sale.
If you are looking for a Garmin Handheld GPS or a Nuvi for the car, we have many selected models on sale right now!
There are many more sales available in store and online. Sales will end on March 24th 2013 and some restrictions may apply.
Also, don’t forget about our current clearout promotions on Lowrance HDS Base units and Humminbird 998c SI which we are getting close to sold out on!
Radioworld, Canada’s Marine Electronics Experts, partnering with Lowrance/Simrad electronics, Humminbird/MinnKota, and Navionics is pleased to announce their participation in the Niagara Sportsmen’s Show on March 15th – 17th, 2013.
This show will be held at the ScotiaBank Convention Centre, Niagara Falls, ON. Marine Electronics Expert and General Manager Jack Summers will be at the show all three days, offering the best deals on your favourite fishing electronics the Niagara region has ever seen!
We’ll have the most popular units on hand from Humminbird and Lowrance along with Pro-Staff to help you make an informed purchase! Come and check out the new Lowrance HDS Touch screen units or learn about the new Humminbird 360. See what is new with Navionics charts for 2013.
If anyone needs Trolling Motors, Talons or other bulky items, SAVE the shipping and make arrangements to pick it up at the show by pre-ordering now!
Just another reason to visit the show…..
No sooner did we finish a succesful Sportsman Show, the crew is hard at work today setting up for the Spring Fishing and Boat Show.
Come see us this family day long weekend February 15th to the 18th for some great deals on all your electronics needs.
We are at the International Centre in Toronto 6900 Airport Road.