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  1. Lorenzo Fesler
    August 28, 2016

    I found your article interesting. Even though I’m not a fisherman, I am a techie and still found your article very informative. Maybe a little technical for the average person, I found myself reading not quite getting it and re-reading it until it did. Maybe just me, nut if it was a little more layman friendly??? But very informative over all. Thanks

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    • Andrejs
      August 28, 2016

      Thanks for stopping by!

      Yes, it would look a bit complicated for someone. In fact, a heading sensor in combination with a compatible device makes angling more attractive even for beginners.

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  2. Lorenzo Fesler
    August 28, 2016

    Great information. Not much a fisherman myself, but a definitely a techie and enjoyed your article and explanation of these devices.

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  3. Norman
    September 5, 2016

    The first time i read you theme i taught it was about hummingbird LOL, But i sse that you are talking about and electronic device. it is amazing how mant devices are out ther that you can use to make life so much more easy. I tell you technologhy is really something else, Thakes a lot for letting us know about this device that can be of benefit to so much people.

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    • Andrejs
      September 5, 2016

      Thanks for stopping by Norman!

      I consider myself as more or less techie boy, but even so sometimes I am surprised by the variety of new inventions. One thing which I am sorry is that we forget a lot of good old traditional knowledge and become more and lazier.

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  4. Bonto
    September 13, 2016

    Thanks Andei for sharing some more light between the Gps combo devices that we have on the market today and the Gps heading sensor especially in the nautical arena. The pros and cons you gave for both are very informative and is enough to help one decide. The Hummingbird GPS Heading sensor seems to be a great piece that would provide a lot of benefits to sailors on sea.

    Thanks for sharing

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    • Andrejs
      September 13, 2016

      Thanks Bonto for reading my post!

      You are right, Humminbird GPS heading sensor is the really helpful accessory when your boat position relating North or South is essential to know.

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