Gear Guide

Garmin Australasia today announced the STRIKER Plus series – proven fishfinders with industry-leading sonar that are packed with new features to help anglers find and catch more fish.

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Garmin_inReachFrom backcountry fly fishing trips to extended offshore adventures, Garmin’s inReach SE+ and inReach Explorer+ handheld satellite communicators will keep you connected.

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Garmin_quatix5Combining key features from Garmin’s fenix 5 multisport watch series with boating, fishing, cruising and sailing capabilities, the new quatix 5 is the most sophisticated and connected marine GPS smartwatch on the market.

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Garmin_Panoptix_LiveVu_ForwGarmin’s new Panoptix Forward PS51-TH thru-hull transducer brings the company’s revolutionary Panoptix technology to an even greater range of boats.

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Garmin_new_GPSMAP_1222xsvFurther expanding Garmin’s popular GPSMAP multifunction display series, the new 752xs/952xs touchscreen and 1022xsv/1222xsv rotary control/keyed units are now available in Australia.

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Garmin_VHF110_VHF210_AISGarmin’s powerful VHF 110i and VHF 210i AIS marine radios have been designed for both OEM and aftermarket applications.

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Garmin_Fantom_18_24_radomeGarmin’s new GMR Fantom 18 and GMR Fantom 24 solid-state pulse compression radomes offer MotionScope Doppler technology and 40W of power – the highest in the industry for its kind.

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X-Rap_HEROThe plastic moulded suspending X-Rap ‘Slashbait’ has a unique slow rolling action that comes to life with a hard flick or twitch of the rod tip. Designed for casting efficiently the XRap has an internal long casting system which help the angler gain distance and pin point accuracy.

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BX_Minnow_HEROThe BX extreme series combines the unmatched responsiveness of balsa with rugged durability of plastic. The new, patent pending BX construction uses a tough, transparent plastic shell to encapsulate a balsa wood inner body.

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floating-original-seriesThe ‘Classic’ minnow lure range was developed when Lauri Rapala hand carved the first prototype from wood in 1936.

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