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saranyatil
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Re: The Cheating Question
saranyatil   5/24/2011 1:45:15 AM
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If we use such devices for pleasure fishing all the fun is gone and it s no more a good past time.

Using these devices it self requires lots of practice and effort to master them and later we need to use for past time i think MASTERING THE DEVICE WILL BECOME A PAST TIME INSTEAD.

Tvotapka
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Re: The Cheating Question
Tvotapka   5/23/2011 3:14:11 PM
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Funny memory I have on this very subject. Years ago I was at an Arrow Electronics BBQ where I was talking about high-tech ways to catch fish in a small pond nearby. One of the execs at the time, snorted and said in his best Southern drawl, "You want to catch fish with tech. Heck I'll show you how. Give me a stick of dynamite. I'll get you the fish."

Clairvoyant
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Re: Technology
Clairvoyant   5/23/2011 2:48:10 PM
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Elctrnx_lyf, these devices have actually been around for many years.

elctrnx_lyf
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elctrnx_lyf   5/23/2011 2:34:07 PM
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Is this technology really useful for the proffesional fishmen, I say yes. When they are in the middle of the sea and if finding the fish becomes this simple then it is definitely will save lot of time. But why did we take so long to invent these devices or commercialization?

TaimoorZ
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TaimoorZ   5/23/2011 9:10:53 AM
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I think it's a natural move by the fishing industry to increase the use of technology to improve productivity, just like every other industry.

Obviously, the equipment they are using contains various electronic components. Since we are at a forum that links electronic suppliers and manufacturers, let's post a question to them related to this. As a supplier or manufacturer, have you supplied electronic components to fish finder company? Have you been contacted by one to get a price quote or an idea about the products?

Nemos
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Cheating
Nemos   5/22/2011 4:48:41 PM

In my neighborhood, I can count at least four maybe  five shops that selling fishes. So it is very difficult for me to understand the motives made someone an amateur fisherman. I can't understand also the need to fish with hi-tech equipment while they are fishing for hobby and not for feeding their selfs.

So I think amateurs that they are using a sonar to catch fishes certainly is cheating.

prabhakar_deosthali
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It is a good tool for the fishing industry
prabhakar_deosthali   5/22/2011 5:01:12 AM
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For people whose past-time is fishing , it is better not to use such tool. But for the fisherman, whose daily life is depending upon the catch he gets out of those rough seas, why not?  This is just an additional tool for that fisherman which helps him get his production with less effort and hence lower cost. His productivity is going to be increased. So , he will as well use such tool and make more profit.

SP
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Re: The Cheating Question
SP   5/21/2011 2:53:16 PM
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Nice articel. I didnt know we have fish finders and people use them in business.

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Re: The Cheating Question
Anna young   5/21/2011 7:49:25 AM
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@ DennisQ, I  agree with you. This will be tantamount to cheating. I wonder what the pleasure really is, if I already knew what to do?

tirlapur
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Re: Re : Market Niche We Sort of Knew We Had: Fish Finders
tirlapur   5/21/2011 1:00:22 AM
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@DennisQ,

 Thanks for the reply. I know technology is already being used but my point was purely with respect to the point : "For pleasure fishing, though, is it cheating? ". All I wanted to say was atlease we can avoid using technology for pleasure fishing.

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