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Lowrance ActiveTarget 2: Next-Gen Fish Finder

This chartplotter/fishfinder provides crisper views of fish movement and structure, and a real-time look at how your lures and techniques are working.

Lowrance ActiveTarget 2: Next-Gen Fish Finder in use on a boat in open water.

Fishing electronics manufacturer Lowrance’s new HDS PRO chartplotter/fishfinder includes higher resolution ActiveTarget 2 Live Sonar and, “ultra high definition” Active Imaging HD, and a new FishReveal SideScan view, making fish identification easier.

ActiveTarget 2 updates the ActiveTarget live sonar that was unveiled in 2020. ActiveTarget 2 provides higher-resolution views of fish movement and structure and enables anglers to quickly recognize if lures and techniques are working in real-time allowing anglers to adjust and get fish to strike. Lowrance says it also delivers a smoother and more consistent image across the entire range, with full live-action picture in Forward, Down, and Scout views.

Lowrance ActiveTarget 2: Next-Gen Fish Finder

ActiveImaging HD 3-in-1 sonarincludes SideScan/DownScan Imaging, FishReveal DownScan, and a new FishRevealSideScan view, making fish identification easy.

“All of these new technologies we are introducing are aimed at helping anglers find, see, and catch more fish by providing thefull suite of tools and the highest resolution and clearest images of fish and structure to date,” says Jeremiah Clark, vice president and general manager of Lowrance’s Fishing Systems division. Additionally, HDS PRO allows for the use of two systems at the same time giving even more views simultaneously with 180 View, Scout Wide View and Forward and Scout split screen view. See for yourself in this promotional video:

Lowrance ActiveTarget 2: Next-Gen Fish Finder

Active Imaging HD rounds out the suite of products with the clearest images of fish and structure from Lowrance CHIRP sonar, SideScan and DownScan Imaging. Additionally, a new FishReveal SideScan view is now available with a new S3100 Sonar Module, in addition to the already popular DownScan Fish reveal view, helping anglers easily identify fish targets to the sides and beneath the boat.

The HDS PRO fishfinder is available in 9-inch, all-new 10-inch, 12-inch, and 16-inch display sizes and is on sale now starting at $2,199.

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