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TRAC Fishing Barometer

   

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Increase your fishing success by tracking changes in barometric pressure with this Fishing Barometer from TRAC. Barometric pressure has a dramatic impact on fish feeding habits, and this very portable 3-1/4'' TRAC Fishing Barometer features a multicolored key and indicator needle which indicates whether fishing conditions are excellent, good, or poor.

  • Track changes in barometric pressure
  • Multicolored key and indicator needle
  • "Interprets" fishing conditions
Trac Fishing Barometer 3.3 5 26 26
Not bad for the money I had used the help of a barometer thought my fishing days. They are not hard to use but you still have to have an idea of what you are doing with them. I like this one because it has a bit of a color code giving you the best times without the need to know much about atmospheric pressure and the effects on fish. You don’t even need to know what those numbers really mean. All you do is look at the needle and see if it is great, good or poor. It is that easy. There is a major drawback though. Just like any barometer if you don’t know how to handle and take care of sensitive instrumentation you are going to have problems with it and find it to be a waste of money. Barometers where not made for fishing but for scientific weather stuff. But for the price of this one it would be worth taking a chance. February 26, 2011
Save your $$ I should have known what to expect for under $20, but this gadget is junk. It's extremely sensitive, so even if you get it set right (which is difficult to begin with), don't even sneeze near it or the needle will jump. So leaving it in one area of your house is OK, but don't plan on bringing in your truck or ice fishing sled because it will bounce around too much and won't be accurate. January 24, 2011
Very good Purchase After reading the reviews on this product i was a little worried about buying it but i did anyway. I am very pleased with Trac Barometer. I have used it three times and every time it has been correct and i have not had to reset the unit at all. January 14, 2011
barametor i was sceptical at first,,but this darn thing actually tells ya when its good time to fish,,i aint been skunked yet...awesome December 1, 2010
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Hello in my area i have a pressure 1.020 mb at this moment
how i need to rotate the pointer to calibrate with 1.020 mb pressure ?
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At first calibration, calibrate the barometer (using the small screw on the back) as close to your pressure as possible. Check daily for accuracy and adjust as necessary. It may take several attempts to obtain complete satisfaction of accuracy. Keep in mind that the absolute pressure is very slow-moving, thus you may not obtain the exact point even after several attempts. Tweak the adjustment as necessary and as required until accuracy is obtained. Mark each days readings with gold colored pointer to determine changes.
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I think your reading of 1.020 is French usage scale. Which translates to 30.1.5 in American scale. Look up SELCO instruments on the internet. These setting used in France as I looked them up some weeks ago.
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Nearly all barometers have an ajusting screw in the back that changes pressure on the spring. Move it slowly with a small screwdriver a little at a time till you hit your current pressure.
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We consulted the National Weather Service on the internet to get the current atmospheric pressure and calibrated the dial.
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My calculation "1.020mb" would be on 8 in the green just left to 30.
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