Garmin Striker Cast Fish Finder Review

1 comment /
Garmin Striker Cast Fish Finder Review

In this product review we are going to look at the Garmin Striker Cast Portable Fish Finder.  If you are looking for an easy to use, easy to set up, small portable fish finder/depth sounder, look no further than the Garmin Striker Cast.

A lot of portable sounders on the market today leave a fair bit of a footprint in the boat. A screen, wires, battery and a transducer that needs to be mounted to the transom, usually with a suction cup. While some boats may have room for all of this, many do not, such as float tubes, pontoons, kayaks or smaller jon boats. If you’re fishing from shore and would like to know what’s going on in front of you, this is a great unit to consider.


The Garmin Striker Cast is a completely wireless solution. The screen is your smartphone and the transducer is not connected to any wires and will work 200’ away from your phone. The transducer can also read the water temperature.  The app is a free download and the battery life in the transducer is 10 hours, lots of time for lots of fishing.


Included with the purchase of the Garmin Striker Cast is a carrying bag, a 16ft tether for the transducer, and a USB cable for charging.  It is truly challenging to find any downsides in our Garmin Striker Cast review. This is a great portable option for those looking for a clean, low maintenance, reliable fish finder.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us by email, by phone at 604-931-5044 or stop by Sea-Run Fly & Tackle at #110-1140 Austin Avenue in Coquitlam BC.

Good luck on the water.

Follow and Like Us

Like us on Facebook:
Follow us on Instagram:
Email us:

1 comment

  • by George Tufnail

    I can heartily agree with this review. I have had one for just about a year now, and really enjoy it. It will read to nearly 300 feet deep, shows each fish and what depth it is at, casts well from a heavy rod with 20# test line, and is great to have in my Mariner 3 inflatable using the included tether. Haven’t tried in salt water yet, but if you do, remember to wash it with fresh water when you are done.

Leave a comment

All blog comments are checked prior to publishing

You have successfully subscribed!
This email has been registered