You'll probably need to replace the transducer, as the typical depth sounder will not have the right frequencies for a fish finder. Fish finders and depth sounders are related, but fish finders require much higher resolution than do depth finders, and generally use several frequencies to give better resolution at various depths. I doubt that the depth sounder that you have uses a transducer that the fishfinder will work with.
Are the depthsounder and fishfinder even the same brand?
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