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All 4 Adventure explore the undiscovered with Raymarine

by Liza Dukino 5 Nov 2019 12:54 UTC
Big Barra © All 4 Adventur

FLIR Systems (NASDAQ: FLIR) announced today its Raymarine brand has joined forces with acclaimed adventurer and TV host Jase Andrews for series 11 of the top rated All 4 Adventure fishing and outdoors show on Channel 10 in Australia. Whether he's hunting the fish of a lifetime or just wanting to catch dinner, Jase will rely on the proven power and performance of Raymarine marine electronics in the show.

After more than a decade spent undertaking epic journeys throughout Australia's Outback and along its remote coastline, Jase and the All 4 Adventure team have garnered a massive fanbase eager for hard-core adventure and fishing action. The popularity of the show is due in no small part to Jase's experience and knowledge as a dedicated explorer, adventurer, and angler.

FLIR will outfit Jase and the All 4 Adventure crew with Raymarine Element™ HV Sonar and GPS for its rugged simplicity and HyperVision™ high-resolution sonar technology. Element includes built-in DownVision, SideVision, and RealVision 3D sonar to help improve their fish-finding capabilities.

"Second best just doesn't cut it when you're putting in long hours in extreme conditions hunting hard-fighting sportfish," Jase says. "That's why I chose Raymarine for my 4.2M Seajay tinny. The clarity and resolution offered by the Element's HyperVision sonar gives me the upper hand when it comes to finding fish and structure."

Jase has spent his life amassing the skills and experience needed to live off the land and survive in hostile environments. Likewise, Raymarine electronics have been built to withstand the punishing conditions of Australia's rugged coastal wilderness.

"We're delighted to provide Jase and the team at All 4 Adventure with Raymarine technology," says Damien Weber, Sales Director for Raymarine in Australia and New Zealand. "Equipped with the latest Raymarine electronics, Jase and crew will have a tactical advantage when searching for fish and navigating remote rivers and coastlines."

When Jase is trolling the big northern rivers in search of barra and threadfin or sounding out inshore reefs in search of snapper and red emperor, he can rely on Raymarine to find the structure that's so vital when hunting for fish.

"The technology that Raymarine offers is a game-changer," Jase says. "But just as important is the fact that I know Raymarine gear is rugged and reliable. If I'm days or weeks away from civilisation, I need to know the equipment I'm using will do the job - and will keep doing it. We always push the limits, and that means we need equipment that handles everything we can throw at it."

Series 11 of All 4 Adventure airs on Channel 10 on December 1. To find out more about Jase and the All 4 Adventure team, visit www.all4adventure.com. Find out more about Raymarine's products, including the Element Sonar/GPS at www.raymarine.com.au/element.

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