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  1. #11
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    Yea I fish Norris for bass in cove creek a lot and the water temp is usually above 55 until after christmas. Big slow moving lakes like that and Fontana take forever to cool off

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    I got a 63 degree average with my Kestrel Drop yesterday on the river.

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    Shawn

    What model of the drop do you have? How do you rate its performance? Is it worth the money when compared to a simple fishing stick-in-the-water thermometer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JHS View Post
    Shawn

    What model of the drop do you have? How do you rate its performance? Is it worth the money when compared to a simple fishing stick-in-the-water thermometer?


    JHS,
    The Kestrel Drop is different than a tube thermometer. It is a data logger and you have to connect to it with a bluetooth device and pull the data with its software. It does not have any temperature reading information on the device. So; you would have to connect it to your phone to get the actual temperature on the water. I like using it to give me a better picture of what the river temperatures are over a period and how much they change. I would stick with a tube thermometer if you use one. The K Drop are fun gadgets if you find data collection useful. It is waterproof and rugged.

    I hope that helps answer you question bud.
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