Fishing QuestionsCategory: Fishing Drone FAQWhat happens if a fishing drone goes out of range?
Mark Reeves asked 2 months ago

6 Answers
Wilson answered 2 months ago
If a fishing drone goes out of range, it will either return to the fisherman or fly back to shore. If it doesn’t return within a certain amount of time, the fisherman will have to go retrieve it.

In some cases, the fishing drone may have a safety feature that causes it to land in water if it loses contact with the fisherman.

David answered 2 months ago
If a fishing drone goes out of range, it will either return to the starting point or it will continue to search for the signal from the controller. If it cannot find a signal, then the drone will eventually fly back to the starting point on its own.

Bernard answered 2 months ago
If a fishing drone goes out of range, it will likely return to its starting point. If it doesn’t, the operator may lose communication with the drone and it will fly back to the operator’s designated home point. Depending on how far out of range the drone gets, there may be some malfunctioning or damage that occurs.

Alex – ProFisherman Staff answered 2 months ago
It’s important for fishers to stay aware of their drone’s range so they don’t lose track of it.

If a fishing drone goes out of range, it will either return to the starting point or continue flying until its battery runs out. In either case, the drone will eventually fall out of the sky and be lost at sea.

This can be costly and frustrating for fishers, so it’s important to stay aware of your drone’s range and take measures to avoid losing it.

Martin Staff answered 2 months ago
If a fishing drone goes out of range, it may return to the boat or it may continue fishing. If it returns to the boat, the operator will likely retrieve it and check for damage.

If it continues fishing, the drone will either return autonomously or be retrieved by the operator. Depending on how far out of range the drone went, there may be some slight drifting that will need to be accounted for when retrieving the drone.

Carlos answered 2 months ago
If a fishing drone goes out of range, it can either return to shore or it can be redirected to a new location by the operator. If the drone has gone out of range and there is no way to redirect it, then it will eventually return to shore on its own. Depending on how far out of range the drone has gone, this could take anywhere from minutes to hours.