Designed to fit in any standard tackle box, the Fishfinder 3.0 is portable and easy to cast with no need for special line or equipment. It weights only 3.5oz / 100 g and is 2.5”/ 65 mm in diameter.
The Deeper Smart Fishfinder 3.0 uses a Bluetooth connection to transfer the sonar data it picks up direct to your smart device. This Bluetooth connection has a casting range of up to 130ft/40 m. It does not require a mobile or internet connection to use, and no data plan is required.
Receive real time data on exactly what’s going on under the water and discover features that give optimum fish bite: sunken timber, rocks and pits, vegetation and bait fish.
The Fishfinder 3.0 has a dual frequency sonar built in. Choose either narrow beam (290 kHz / 15°) – great for high accuracy scanning – or wide beam (90 kHz / 55°) – ideal for searching wide areas.
The Deeper App let’s you manage and explore all the data sent by your Fishfinder 3.0. It is compatible with more than 9,800 iOS and Android devices and can operate in online and offline modes. It is packed with lots of great features for your fishing trip: a Solunar Forecast Calendar, Fishing Notes, Offline Maps, Weather Forecasts, Camera, Social Media Sharing, Day/Night Screen Color Modes and much more. The Deeper App is available in multiple languages and is free to download and update.
Deeper’s range of smart sonars have picked up major international awards and are gaining ground among the world’s most prestigious and popular echo sounder producers. The Fishfinder 3.0 was the first ever fishing gadget to win a prestigious CES Best of Innovation Award, picking up the prize in the Wireless Handset Accessories category in 2016.
Deeper’s most recent awards include the John Dunphy Award for Innovation from the Australian Fishing Trade Association (AFTA), Best New Accessory at the European Fishing Tackle Trade Exhibition (EFTTEX), and Best Electronic Device for modern angling at China Fish. These smart devices have also been named Editor’s Choice by Fish Alaska, Anglers Mail (UK) and the Russian Edition of PC Magazine.