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I am sure one of you experienced Gold Bug 2 hands will know the answer here, are the Fisher factory coils safe to use in shallow water? Thanks for your assistance,

Jeff

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Yes. :thumbsupanim

Just be sure there are no breaks in the cable insulation, and be sure to not raise the coil higher that the control box until all water has had time to evaporate and/or drain off the coil cable and out of the shaft to avoid water running up inside the shaft or up the coil cable and possibly getting into the control box!

http://www.fisherlab.com/hobby/specifications/Gold%20Bug-2%20(2013)%20-%2011.12.13.pdf

Specifications

Type.................................................................Elliptical, Co‑Planar
Size.................................................................6.5” or 10” standard, other sizes available
Shielding .........................................................l00% ESI
Interchangeable................................................Yes
Waterproof.......................................................Yes
Cable Length....................................................7 feet

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Au,

Thanks mucho, good information. I looked on the Fisher site and missed the information.

Jeff

Edited by pairadiceau

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Go get'm Jeff!

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I just wish that Fisher would go back to making the 14 inch elliptical like I used to have on my Gold Bug one.

Ben

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