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Garmin Small Portable Ice Fishing Kit w/GT8HW-IF Transducer

by Garmin
Original price $ 199.99 - Original price $ 199.99
Original price
$ 199.99
$ 199.99 - $ 199.99
Current price $ 199.99

Small Portable Ice Fishing Kit with GT8HW-IF Transducer

Just Add Your Fishfinder or Combo

This glove-friendly, easy-to-carry kit includes a high-wide CHIRP transducer for crisp, clear traditional sonar scanning — plus a battery with charger and other components to easily transition from your boat to the ice for great wintertime fishing. 

  • To complete the kit, just add your STRIKER™ fishfinder or ECHOMAP™ combo unit. 
  • The kit’s high- wide CHIRP transducer gives clear fish images with excellent separation. 
  • Setup is simple and quick. Connect battery. Drill hole. Start ice fishing in minutes. 
  • The included silicon-coated power cable stays flexible in harsh winter conditions. 
  • Durable, wear-resistant nylon case keeps gear well-protected from the elements. 
  • The compact, rechargeable battery is made to run long and strong in cold weather.

Fits Like a Glove

The rugged all-weather case carries and protects your 4” to 7” STRIKER™ fishfinder or ECHOMAP™ combo devices1.

Ice-Ready Transducer

Included GT8HW-IF transducer features Garmin high-wide CHIRP traditional sonar with selectable beamwidth (16 to 24 degrees).

All The Accessories

Additional kit contents include foam float, grommet, battery, charger, power cable and built-in cable management/storage.

In The Box

  • GT8HW-IF transducer
  • Power cable
  • Bag with handle
  • Foam float
  • Cable grommet
  • Rechargeable battery
  • Battery charger

¹ECHOMAP Plus (cv chartplotters) and echoMAP CHIRP require a separate 4-pin transducer to 8-pin sounder adapter cable. 7 inch ECHOMAP Plus (sv chartplotters) require a separate 4-pin transducer to 12-pin sounder adapter cable. 

WarningWARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to P65Warnings.ca.gov.