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FLOAT TUBE FISHING FORUM » Sponsors / Partners and Introductions » Introduction to other members » New to the sport but came up with some cool mounting tricks...

New to the sport but came up with some cool mounting tricks...

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RVGadgets


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Greeting all, My cousin and I both recently purchased Super Fat Cats in anticipation of the upcoming trout season. We have spent the last couple of weekends building racks and trying to come up with a slick way to mount the Fishinbuddy 110, 120 & 140 to our PVC racks. We devised a piece that allows you to use the tapered cone mount that comes with the fish finder and allows you to index the finder from the vertical position (in use in the water) to the horizontal position (along the floats and out of the way as you approach shore). We came up with the idea after seeing that most guys were dropping their fishinbuddy;s into fixed, PVC and having to hand carry the unit until they were deep enough to drop it into place. I also found some nice rod holders from cabela's that slip right into a 1 1/4" PVC. I routed out the flat plate and they look awesome! If anyone is interested, email me for photos and I'll be happy to send them.

jeffcpr

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Hey thers RVGadgets welcome to the board welcome to the wide world of float tubing come on in ghe water is fine


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Thanks! I'll be writing a review of the new tube, fish finder and new fins as soon as I go out. Stay tuned!

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Welcome!!!!
You've come to the right place, keep us posted

Master Baiter

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Welcome aboard. I hope too see some vids and pics on some mods.

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Welcome to the board

n2deepfsw

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Welcome !

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Welcome

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welcome to the board!

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TheAsianGuy

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Welcome onboard, and keep us posted with your final mod. Post it up for us to marvel at your design.

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