Join us in celebrating Navionics 30th Anniversary by taking part in the Anniversary Sale on Platinum promotion and take advantage of $30 off regular prices and extraordinary Platinum features:
- 3D View
- Satellite Overlay
- Panoramic Pictures
Radioworld is excited to host another seminar on marine electronics this time featuring Humminbird and Minn Kota. We are thrilled to have Derek Strub at Radioworld to present this seminar. Derek is well know in the tournament fishing community and a former Canadian Open Champion. He will be talking about how he uses his electronics to find fish holding structure. I’m sure he’ll throw in a few tips on how to catch them as well!
With all of Humminbird and Minn Kota’s new products for 2014 there will be a lot of material to cover. They are certainly making boat control easy with the integration of Humminbird GPS and sonar units to the Minn Kota iPilot Link trolling motors.
There is no charge for this seminar and all are welcome to attend. It takes place Saturday April 12th, 2014 from 10am-noon. Please register with us at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can plan for the day. Coffee and timbits will be provided.
Check out the flyer below for all the details.
Humminbird just recently dropped the price on their 360 Imaging transducers significantly! These are some of the greatest tools out there for the serious angler. I believe Humminbird’s 360 technology to be the biggest advantage an angler can have over the competition because it shows you everything about the spot you are fishing.
You can add the 360 transducer to just about any boat that is running a Humminbird unit with an Ethernet port. They are available in a transom mount version
a bow mount version that will work with cable steer trolling motors like the Fortrex
Here is a video I took while using the 360 last year on Lake Erie
Radioworld is having its biggest and best Boxing Week Sale from December 26 thru December 31st, 2013. Take advantage of HUGE SAVINGS on all of your favourite stuff now!
Plus some *GREAT DEALS on selected Garmin GPS products:
(*in stock items only)
Approach S1 $170 Edge 500 Bundle $270 Edge 800 $375
Etrex 20 Bundle $170 ForeRunner 10 $140 Forerunner 110 $140
ForeRunner 310 $270 GPSMAP 62 $170 GPSMAP62S $200
GPSMAP 78 $180 GPSMAP78S $275 Oregon 450 $195
Oregon 450TC $250 Oregon 550 $275 Oregon 550T $400
Nuvi 54LM $130 Zumo 350LM $600 Echo 100 $ 70
Echo 150 $85 Echo150 Portable $160 Echo 200 $145
Echo 300C $200 Echo 500C $225 Echo 550 $300
GPSMAP 421 $325 GPSMAP 421S $385 GPSMAP 521S $399
GPSMAP 541S $525 GPSMAP 546S $650 GPSMAP 720S $800
GPSMAP 740S $899 GPSMAP 5012 $2800 GPSMAP 5015 $420
GPSMAP 5215 $4400
Radioworld is kicking off the ice fishing season with a BIG sale on all our ice fishing inventory. Starting on Saturday November 16th 2013 purchase anything from MarCum, Vexilar, AquaVu, Humminbird, Lowrance, Simax and Radioworld is paying the tax*.
We have the ice fishing electronics you need to get set up for the season. Underwater cameras, ice flashers, GPS, sonars, electronic charts, and all the accessories.
This sale applies to the following brands.
*some exceptions may apply. Limited to stock on hand. No back orders or rain checks
Lakemaster digital GPS charts have quite the following in the Mid-West USA and are starting to creep their way up to the Canadian boarder. These charts are known for their high detail contour lines allowing fishermen to find the infamous “spot on the spot”.
If you are using a compatible Humminbird GPS and Minn Kota iPilot Link trolling motor with a Lakemaster chart you can set your boat up to follow a specific contour line. With the contour lines separated by only a foot you are able to make precise presentations. There is also a contour offset feature which will allow you to set a predetermined distance away from the depth range you wish to fish. This lets you cast to your target depth without worrying about drifting over the fish and possibly spooking them.
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.
We are starting one of our largest Humminbird sales ever with prices discounted to the lowest they have ever been ! Take a look at these deals from Humminbird and Navionics below that are on for a limited time.
1198C SI SALE $2350 Regular $2730
958C HD DI SALE $1250 Regular $1300
898C HD SI SALE $1250 Regular $1500
858C HD DI SALE $850 Regular $940
798CI HD SI SALE $899 Regular $999
587CI HD DI SALE $435 Regular $499
Navionics Card Sale:
MSD 2XG Gold (non retail packaging) SALE $150 with any Chartplotter purchase. This card covers all of the Great Lakes, the Trent Severn and Rideau systems, the Ottawa River, and more. Regular price is $250.
These sales are limited to stock on hand and cannot be combined with any other offer. This sale is runs from August 1st to August 31st. Call the store 416-667-1000 or drop in for more details.