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Electronics rigging for tiller boat

10/17/21 @ 2:42 PM
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Joe D
USER SINCE 3/21/05

I need some help deciding how to rig a new tiller boat. My thought is to put a side imaging at the helm and a panoptix or hummingbird mega 360 at the bow. I do fish from the bow 99% of the time. Is that the way to go or is there a better way?

thanks in advance

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10/27/21 @ 8:47 PM
Zwiegs
USER SINCE 1/10/12

JoeD funny you should ask.  On my Ranger my SI xducer was mounted on the step, no interference.  On my Tiller yes,I have to trim up a bit to clear the motor for the close to the boat views.      

10/20/21 @ 4:22 PM
Joe D
USER SINCE 3/21/05

Zweigs, do you get any interference from the outboard on the side imaging?

10/18/21 @ 8:03 PM
Zwiegs
USER SINCE 1/10/12

I run a tiller, and I do not fish from the bow.  I have two Helix 12's with SI at the stern, I also have a Garmin Livescope at the stern as well.

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