Tritech StarFish Pole Mount Bracket

The pole mount bracket allows the StarFish sonar to be towed alongside the boat or vessel in shallow water survey applications.

Features

  • Insert any pole with an outside diameter of 25mm (1")
  • Pole can then be secured to your vessel or platform
  • Ideal for surveys in shallow or congested waterways
List Price $166.00
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Tritech StarFish Pole Mount BracketBP00067 StarFish pole mount bracket
$149.40
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Tritech StarFish Pole Mount Bracket
BP00067
StarFish pole mount bracket
In Stock
$149.40

Instantly convert your towed StarFish into a pole mounted sonar. Simply clamp the bracket to the fixing holes at the top of your StarFish Side Scan Sonar and insert any pole with an outside diameter of 25mm (1"). The pole can then be secured to your vessel or platform.

Ideal in congested waterways where towing the StarFish might cause it to get snagged on an obstruction or caught in another boats prop Creates a more flexible system for surveys in shallow water where precise target localization is needed.

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