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Mount for Fishin' Buddy portable FF?

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1 Mount for Fishin' Buddy portable FF? on Fri Sep 06, 2013 4:04 am

Tim Murphy

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Dear Board,

Does anyone use a Hummingbird Fishin' Buddy and if so how did you mount it?

Cabelas offers a strap type mount but the reviews say it doesn't hold the FF securely.  Hummingbird also offers a mount for tubes and pontoons but it is 2X the money.

I am debating getting one of the set ups offered and advertised here on the forum for my Garmin 200 but I would need to buy a second mounting base for the Garmin so I can swap it from my hard boat to the float tube.  I really don't need a FF all the time on my tube.  I fish two or three lakes mostly and once I find an area to fish I figure I can find it again w/o needing sonar to get back to it so that is why I am considering getting a Fishin' Buddy for occasional use.

Regards,

Tim Murphy Very Happy

2 Re: Mount for Fishin' Buddy portable FF? on Fri Sep 06, 2013 9:45 am

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You know with the Float Tube Fanatic FF mount you don't need the mounting base they have a set up that will allow you to just clip in your Garmin. You might need to contact them to double check but it might be a good way for your to use just the Garmin for both boats.


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3 Re: Mount for Fishin' Buddy portable FF? on Thu Sep 12, 2013 12:52 am

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I use a fishing buddy every time I take out my Cumberland, and I am really happy with it. I spent the extra money and got the Humminbird strap mount, it's contoured to fit the fishing buddy perfectly and is very secure and holds the fish finder perfectly.

When I installed the strap mount I took a little air out of the bladder it was on and tightened down the strap, then inflated the bladder fully, the mount does not move at all.

Hope this helps,
Al

4 Re: Mount for Fishin' Buddy portable FF? on Thu Sep 12, 2013 7:31 am

ed5000x

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well I built mine out of pvc and mounted it opposite side of rod rack it was cheap for me that way

5 Re: Mount for Fishin' Buddy portable FF? on Thu Sep 12, 2013 4:26 pm

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The Fishin' Buddy usually comes with a clamp for the side of the boat. I removed the large C-clamp and put a piece of wood on my rod rack and attached the mount to that. Like they say, a picture is worth a thousand words.

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