“Love my fish seeker. I sent it out 1000mts today 12min later i was fishing. ... I gave it a quick charge up and send it back to 400mts for a close fish ..2 Gurnard one kawaii for the afternoon"
“The seeker is easy to program and pulls out the 80kg braid at around 100+ meters a minute. That's impressive... In no time I had a fish on... The first day I caught four Snapper and one Gurnard. The next day one of each Snapper and Trevally. It's great fun to fish with”
"Terrific item, first time i actually caught fish instead of just feeding them, after the first 15 minutes pulled unit in had 3 fish on 1 legal size, second go after another 15 minutes pulled unit in again this time 4 fish on and 3 were legal size. Best thing since sliced bread , love it. "
"Ticks a lot of boxes for the casual regular shore fishing persons. Light, accurate, enough hooks, easy to use. Catches fish! I have been using one for over 2 years now and am very pleased with the product"
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How Fish Seeker Works
Load the hatch with bait
Set the run-time for up to 12 minutes using the app or the magna ring.
Relax on the beach for 20 – 30 minutes while the Fish Seeker does its work and the fish take the bait!
Haul in the line to see what you caught!
Fishing is so Easy with the Fish Seeker using the app or the magna ring
Use the Super Convenient Free Fish Seeker’s App that gives you complete, one touch fingertip control.
Open the Bait hatch, load the baits and close the hatch
Set Run Time
Set the course
Start the Fish Seeker and launch in only ankle-deep water
Fish Seeker - Fully Assembled & ready to Launch
Fish Seeker includes
5 Hook Trace Rack
Magnaring & Swivel pulley
*Always check your local fishing regulations before fishing
Takes up to 5 hooks out up to 1000m, much further than it is possible to cast
Used in conjunction with a standard fishing rod and reel, no bulky winches or longlines
Designed and tested in Australasia for Australasian conditions
Unique innovative design
Can be easily operated by one person
Lighter and more portable than traditional kontikis/torpedos
Twin jet unit powered with no exposed propellors or rudders
Set up with either the Magna-ring or via Fish Seeker app
Self guided using inbuilt electronic compass, simply set the heading
Hooks are safely enclosed within the bait pod on the way out so safe from birds, crabs, tangles etc
Frequently Asked Questions
What's in the box?
1 x Fish Seeker
1 x Battery Charger
1 x Traces set
1 x Magna-ring
1 x Tow point pulley
1 x Maintenance grease tube
Plus Free Gifts as advertised
Is Fish Seeker legal to use in Australia?
Yes. A recent assessment from the Queensland Dept. of Agriculture and Fisheries in respect of the Fisheries Act 1994 advises that the Fish Seeker complies as it is only used to deploy the fishing apparatus i.e. the line and hooks. At the same time the fisher must comply with the prescribed regulations of that state surrounding use of the particular fishing apparatus under Chapter 4, Part 4 of the Fisheries Declaration 2019 (e.g. in Queensland, no more than a total of 6 hooks attached to the fishing line in tidal waters and no more than 1 hook attached to the fishing line in non-tidal waters).
What is the speed of the Fish Seeker in flat water?
Approx. 3 knots (5 km/h)
What is the weight of the battery?
What is the breaking strain of the "Traces set"?
The main trace line, which the traces holding the hooks and the sinker attach to, is 80 pound breaking strain. The traces attaching the hooks and the sinker to the main trace line are 35 pound breaking strain. This way if the sinker or a hook gets snagged and you are forced to break it free you will only lose that piece as the 35 pound trace will break first.
How many hooks are on the "Traces set"?
There are 5 hooks spaced a metre apart, each with a 40cm trace that is attached to the main Trace line on a swivel.
What type of hooks are they?
Stainless steel size 6/0 recurve or "circle" hooks
How long is the Trace main line?
What are the battery details?
A unique lithium-ion 10.8 Volt DC, 6.6 Amphour, 71Wh battery which takes approx. 3.5 hours to charge using supplied charger. It has a maximum run-time of 12 minutes when fully charged with a range of 1,000 metres in flat water.