Lowrance HOOK2 5 Fishfinder/Chartplotter w/SplitShot Transducer & US Inland Maps
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Lowrance HOOK2 5 Fishfinder/Chartplotter w/SplitShot Transducer & US Inland Maps

Lowrance HOOK2 5 Fishfinder/Chartplotter w/SplitShot Transducer & US Inland Maps is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 33.
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Item No. 310442
$299.99
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The world's easiest fishfinder, HOOK2 5 SplitShot helps you have a more enjoyable day on the water by removing the hassle of making adjustments with a simple menu layout, easy access to key features, and game-changing Lowrance Autotuning sonar.

You will be free to focus on fishing with Autotuning sonar that actively adjusts sonar settings as fishing conditions change. You just fish and let HOOK2 take care of sonar performance.

Anglers will cover more water in less time and find fish and fish-holding structure more easily with SplitShot 2-in-1 sonar. SplitShot features wide-angle, High CHIRP sonar, with double the sonar coverage of most fishfinders, and DownScan Imaging.

Returning to your favorite fishing spot or finding a new one is easy with the navigation features in HOOK2, including a built-in, high-detail US map with 1' contours of more than 3,000 lakes.

5" SolarMax Display
High-resolution SolarMax display provides crisp, clear views of fish-holding structure even in daylight.

Automated Sonar Settings
Autotuning Sonar makes it easy. Just plug it in and fish.

Easy-to-Use Menu and Optimized Keypad
A simplified menu layout lets you make adjustments with fewer key presses. Optimized keypad provides one-touch access to key features.

SplitShot 2-in-1 Sonar with High CHIRP and DownScan Imaging
Proven Lowrance High CHIRP sonar delivers the best traditional sonar views so it's easier to stay on the fish, while DownScan Imaging reveals picture-like detail of structure and bottom with no interpretation needed.

Built-In, Detailed Map Of US Inland Waters
Save waypoints, follow trails, and navigate to your favorite fishing spots with the accurate GPS chartplotter. A microSD card slot lets you upgrade to more C-MAP or Navionics charts.

Quick-Release Bracket Mount or Dash Mount

Display
• Display Size: 5" diag.
• Resolution: 800 x 480
• Display Type: WVGA Color TFT

High CHIRP Sonar
• Frequency: 200kHz
• Max Power: 200W RMS
• Max Depth: 500'

DownScan Imaging
• Frequency: 455/800kHz
• Max Power: 500W RMS
• Max Depth: 300'

Other Specs
• Alarms: Shallow, Fish, Depth
• Temp Readings
• GPS: Internal High-Sensitivity WAAS + EGNOS + MSAS
• Waypoints: 3000
• Routes: 100
• Waterproof Rating: IPx7
• MicroSD Card Slot: 1
• Power Supply: 10-17v DC
• 7.31"W x 4.38"H x 3.28"D

Comes with
• HOOK2 5 Unit
• Mounting Bracket
• SplitShot Skimmer Transducer
• Power Cable
• SplitShot Transom-Mount Bracket
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  • The world's easiest fishfinder
  • Autotuning sonar actively adjusts settings
  • SplitShot 2-in-1 sonar w/DownScan Imaging
  • Simplified menu and optimized keypad
  • Built-in, high-detailed inland US map
  • Dimensions 7.31" W x 4.38" H x 3.28" D
    Model Number HOOK2 5 SplitShot
    Waterproof Yes
    Lowrance HOOK2 5 Fishfinder/Chartplotter w/SplitShot Transducer & US Inland Maps is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 33.
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Pros and Cons I've had this unit (Hook2 5 w/ Split-shot transducer) for about a month. Here are what I consider improvements from my old Hook 4 unit: + The maps are much better. I fish in Southern California and there are multiple MPAs that we need to be aware of. The newer maps have these marked out so I didn't have to input their coordinates with waypoints. + I like the larger screen so having half of it dedicated to charts and half dedicated to the FF works fairly well. + The UI in general is easier to use. However, it is very different from my old unit so I needed to learn how to do some of the functions I could do blindly on my old unit. + The interface cables (power and sonar) are smaller and do not need to be screwed in. I believe this makes them more waterproof, but I can't be certain. + The display is easier to read in bright sunlight. Here are points where I believe the product regressed: - The trip calculator is WAY off. I'm a kayak fisherman and I spend several hours on the water at a time. I really want to know how many miles I put in after each trip. The old unit, seems to use the same logic, the menus are similar (if not the same), and after taking a route I've taken for years and know that it's roughly between 8 and 9 nautical miles (depending on current or if I'm fighting a fish etc), this new unit says the same route is between 2 and 3 miles. This is curious because the trail on the map is very accurate. I tried removing the time setting because I have a watch, I'm just interested in the distance traveled. This had no effect. I spoke with customer service and received and email that suggested I do a soft reset of the unit. I tried this and it didn't fix the issue. - When you go to the trail editor, it doesn't provide any statistics on the trails you've created. It would be really nice if they could provide data such as how long a given trail is, when it was created, how many waypoints were created on the trail, etc. - When you go into the menu that provides tide data, you get stuck until it can read the tides. This is painful because you have to go past this setting to go to the "info" section so this is never fast. - The depth reporting is less accurate than my old Hook 4. Fishing in La Jolla you'll traverse some very deep canyons and the unit just blinks if you get into more than 200 feet of water. This is annoying, but not a show stopper because I usually don't fish those deep spots. - The boot time on this unit is just as slow as the older unit. I don't understand why this takes so long. I'm a software engineer who works in wireless technologies such as GPS and other communication protocols. I know to fix the problems I mentioned should be relatively easy. If these were addressed, I would give this a much higher rating. I would be happy to discuss with a Lowrance/Navico product engineer or tech.
    Date published: 2018-09-25
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for Kayak Fishing! Installed on my Hobie Fishing Kayak and worked great, Kayak is rigged to support Lowrance transducer, perfect fit, nice size for kayakers, easy to use, doesn't require much hands on so I can just fish!
    Date published: 2018-08-23
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Really like it! I bought my Hook2 5 to put on my my kayak. At first I wasn't getting how to use but after watching YouTube vids on how to setup I'm much happier and have a better understanding now. Really like it.
    Date published: 2018-08-22
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product. Would recommend it to any and everybody i know.
    Date published: 2018-08-22
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for Ice Fishing.Great for on a large boat and kayak fishing
    Date published: 2018-08-22
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Complicated I bought this for the bow for trolling across brush, with the blue screen you can't read the depth, temp speed the white text doesn't show up real good on the screen. Wish you could chance it to brown and black would be good to switch between the two.
    Date published: 2018-08-22
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from great upgrade I bought this unit to replace my old lowrance x51. Fit great in the space and love the mounting system and the plug in connections. menu navigation took some time to learn. Overall great so far.
    Date published: 2018-08-22
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great performance with connection issues Perfect size for Hobie Compass for finding reef one mile off shore in Gulf of Mexico. Sonar is key to stay over best reef areas. Long term issue is both transponder and power connections. Lowrance has provided replacement parts, but need to rethink connection design.
    Date published: 2018-08-22
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