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Submersible water tempature probes

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Does anyone make a good one?? I see Minn-kota has 2 different ones. One is a water temp only with 23' submersible cord. The other has time, air temp, and 23' submersible cord water temp probe. Are there any others out there?? The Minn-kota t/at/wt one is $20, which seems like a decent price. I really don't see the need to spend more than $30-$40 on one. Hand held would be nice, I think. TIA.

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ProCatch Plus Oxygen/Temp Meter and Temperature Plus Oxygen Meter. You can find them at Cabelas. Both has a 50' cord. I have Pro Catch Plus with temp and clarity.

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ProCatch Plus Oxygen/Temp Meter and Temperature Plus Oxygen Meter. You can find them at Cabelas. Both has a 50' cord. I have Pro Catch Plus with temp and clarity.


Wow, plus oxy and clarity, those sound pretty fancy, I'll have to check them out. Thanks.

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