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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 3.4 5 30 30
Handy Weatherman The Trac Fishing Barometer lives up to my expectations in tracking barometric pressure. I consult it each morning to see if it's going to be a productive day. September 18, 2010
Knowledge tool Another great tool to have to see what the weather is doing when the fish are hitting and when they quit. Answers questions rather than guessing. June 10, 2012
dont waste the money i bought this about three months back .and it has not moved at all.it tells me it is great fishing everyday and hour .which it is not March 28, 2009
touchy! it's very touchy...... but dose work pretty good. wouldn't keep in my tackle box, i keep mine in the supply shed up at the lake. April 12, 2011
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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 ?
6 years, 4 months ago
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There is a small hole in the back with an adjusting screw in it. just turn it until the correct pressure is displayed.
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 - Northeast, PA
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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.
2 years, 6 months ago
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 - Hanover, Il. - Mississippi River
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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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 - North Texas
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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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 - Northeast, Ohio Inland lakes/some Erie
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We consulted the National Weather Service on the internet to get the current atmospheric pressure and calibrated the dial.
4 years, 5 months ago
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 - North Carolina
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My calculation "1.020mb" would be on 8 in the green just left to 30.
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 - Lake Lanier, Ga.
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