Meet Captain Terry Nugent and Captain Shaun Ruge

Terry Nugent and Shaun Ruge

Terry's charter story...

  

Discover how Terry and Shaun used the Raymarine Super HD Color Radar and the CP450C CHIRP Sounder to run a fishing charter with 2.5 hours of non-stop catching!

 

Color Radar screen      CP450C CHIRP screen     Successful Catch 

Check out the Bird Mode shots from the Super HD Color Radar

 

View the screen shots from the CP450C CHIRP sounder

 

And see the results! What a catch!

 


 

"This mornings charter had high expectations since yesterday was such a killer trip. So I headed out to the same area and soon my Raymarine Radar showed me THIS!"

Color Radar Screen shot large

 

Other screen shots from the Raymarine Super HD Color Radar (click to enlarge)

 

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"So I ran over as fast as I could to a HUGE flock of gulls working bait. Then my Raymarine Sounder showed me THIS!"

 

CP450C CHIRP Sounder screen shot

Other screen shots from the CP450C CHIRP sonar (click to enlarge)

 

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"Which caused this guy to drop a jig and catch THIS."

 

"Not to be out done his buddy bested him with THIS."

 

"After 2.5 hours of non-stop catching the guys were happy with this!"

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Captain Shaun Ruge on Super HD Color Bird Mode

 

“Having seen what this can do vs. the 4KW dome and the older analog as a consumer, I would have mortgaged my house to upgrade to the 12 KW array.  We thought we had an advantage before.... not even close.

When you couple that ability to see that range with the ability of the boat to run that distance in short time in just about any conditions it truly does change how you look for fish and the time you spend doing it.  Putting a 12KW on a smaller slower boat would not really make much sense although it does make a difference.  But on a bigger faster center console its a must in my opinion.

The fuel savings alone in a boat that size running at those speeds VS. driving search patterns all day over 3-5 trips is enough to cover the cost of the price difference between the 4KW dome and 12KW array.

Most people just don't think of it that way.  The money people spend in fuel to chase fish like tuna is a LOT, especially if you consider how much they DON‘T catch because they never saw them.  If they invested in Radar, and didn’t fish one month to save the fuel $$ they would cover the cost and be able to find fish all the time.”