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We Test: Sea Sucker Transducer Mount

Can suction cups hold? Submerged? At 25 knots?

May 16, 2015
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We were out for a training session with Jim Auld, member of the Lowrance ProTeam. Our mission? Use the Lowrance HDS Gen 3 to find a wreck beneath the waters of Long Island Sound and make a custom chart of the area.

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In order to mount the transducer without drilling holes in the transom of the boat for a temporary equipment installation, we elected to use Sea Sucker’s new transducer mount. Here’s what our project leader for this story, Capt.Chris Kelly, had to say:

This SeaSucker worked so well Jim had to pry them off the back of the boat–attached on top of bottom paint no less–to get them to release. They held fast at 25 knots. SeaSucker Rocks!!-

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‘Granted this was not a long term test. We used the Sea Sucker mount for just one day. Still, we ‘d rate its performance as, “impressive.”

$115 www.seasucker.com

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