that'd be sooooo sick, see through waterbed with fish in it, you sir are a genius
The Essentials Sonar down to 135' - depth scale, fish depth with two fish sizes Bluetooth and waterbed contour mapping up to 100' away GPS tag hotspots Trip log date, time, location, title, conditions, type of fishing, lure and number of fish caught/species Lunar calender, weather (rain, temperature, wind and barometer), water temperature LED Beacon Fish & strike alarm Rechargeable battery with status - charge lasts up to eight hours with a two-hour recharge time
You can map waterbed contours, GPS tag hotspots, log your trip and share it on social media. You'll also love the lunar calendar, fish & strike alarm, weather sync and stunning graphics. You're going to love the iBobber. Use it from your boat, kayak or the shoreline. Get yours today and make every day of fishing a better day of fishing!
The concept for iBobber began in the Spring of 2013 with a very simple question. Fishing from the back of the boat, the boat-mounted fish finder is mounted too far forward to see the screen clearly. Why can't there be a fish-finder connected to an iPhone (or Android), so a person can see it anywhere they are seated on the boat? Or from shore, or a pier or a kayak?! And so iBobber was born. The product was launched in the summer of 2014.
That's why I belong underwater with fish, whales, and dolphins.
Waterbeds With Fish Inside Cartoon - Home Design 2016/2017
During September 2006, samples from public water-delivery systems, ground water, surface water, bed-sediment, and fish-tissue sources were collected at 32 locations within the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation and analyzed to aid in the evaluation of any immediate water-quality concerns. Samples were collected from Solen, Selfridge, and Fort Yates, North Dakota, water-delivery systems and included raw water samples and treated water samples from water users on the water-delivery systems. Samples from the Solen and Selfridge systems were analyzed for dissolved major inorganic and dissolved minor and trace inorganic concentrations. Samples from the Fort Yates system were analyzed for dissolved major inorganic concentrations, dissolved minor and trace inorganic concentrations, total and dissolved nutrient concentrations, total and dissolved organic carbon concentrations, and volatile organic compound concentrations. Water samples were collected from ground-water wells throughout the reservation only in North Dakota and analyzed for dissolved major inorganic concentrations and dissolved minor and trace inorganic concentrations. Water samples were collected at locations on the Missouri River and its major tributaries within the reservation and analyzed for dissolved major inorganic concentrations and dissolved minor and trace inorganic concentrations; bed sediment was collected at these sites and analyzed for minor and trace inorganic concentrations. Fish-tissue and liver samples were collected from several species on the Missouri River near Fort Yates and analyzed for minor and trace inorganic concentrations. Results of the water-quality analysis revealed very little of concern, with the exception of elevated boron concentrations in the drinking water and ground water in the area of Selfridge and Solen and minor exceedences of total trihalomethanes in the Fort Yates water-delivery system.There was good reason to believe this, of course. First, no less an authority than my uncle told me it was so. This same man revealed to me the existence of Santa Claus and the secret microscopic robots the government released into our drinking water, so it might as well have been Papal decree. Second, it made sense. Fish lived in water and water lived in my uncle’s bed, and so by the transitive property of five-year-old logic an entire ecosystem of pike and sturgeon, salmon and trout flitted about just beneath the surface of the velvet-wrapped mattress. I used to lay on my back with my arms and fingers spread wide, imagining myself adrift at sea while great schools of silvery scissortails churned below.