Lowrance just released an update for the Active Target 2. So far the new active target has been a great addition to many boats across the country. The new system has made it easy to keep up in the competitive market of forward facing sonar.
With the new technology, there have been a few hiccups that anglers have noticed when pairing the new Active Target 2 with their older chartplotters (Live, Carbon and Elite FS). The new update will fix this glitch. Issues like sticking images, network dropping (NO SOURCE) are the most common issues that have been addressed.
Other cool updates include : greater bottom representation, range lines are smaller and more visually appealing, added range settings and selections, more color pallets 6, 7, & 8.
As the weather warms, more and more people will be headed to the water to enjoy time on their boat. It is important to remember a few key safety items to keep in the boat. Boating can be a fun and enjoyable activity, but it is important to prioritize safety while on the water. Accidents can happen quickly and unexpectedly, and having the right safety devices on board can mean the difference between life and death. Lets discuss the importance of four safety devices that all boats should have on board: life vests, life rafts, EPIRBS, and navigational lights.
1. Life Vests: Life vests, also known as personal flotation devices (PFDs), are one of the most important safety devices that all boaters should have on board. They are designed to keep the wearer afloat and help them stay alive until rescue arrives. Life vests come in different styles and sizes, including inflatable and non-inflatable, and they are required by law to be on board for every person on the boat. It is important