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Humminbird® 110 Fishin' Buddy® Ultimate Portable Fishfinder

   

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  • 4'' easy-to-read 160Vx128H 4-level grayscale display with backlighting
  • 34°, 200 kHz operating frequency down to 240 feet
  • 24'' fixed shaft length
  • 1000 watts of PTP power
  • Surface temperature included
  • Battery life: Approximately 30 hours with backlight off
  • Unit size: 4.22" W x 5.76" H x 2.72" D
  • Manufacturer's one-year warranty
Humminbird's 110 Fishin' Buddy Ultimate Portable Fishfinder is the perfect way to find fish from your boat, a dock or even a float tube. The 110 Fishin' Buddy Fishfinder does not require any rigging or complicated wiring, just clamp the Fishin' Buddy on and fish. The 24-inch transducer tube housing reaches the water from most small or mid-size fishing boats. One-touch control for access to advanced features, even Selective Fish ID+®. Six AA batteries (not included) supply all the power needed for hours of enjoyment.
Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 13 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by cool piece I just purchased this finder for my pelican bass raider and I love it. It allows me to see what the pond really look like. The only negative is I can't troll too fast whereas the clamp begins to loosen. other than that I would recommend anybody who is just starting out(boating) to get one of these(small pond boats only). April 7, 2009
Rated 4 out of 5 by I like it I bought it a month ago and the clamp broke before I even got the boat in the water. I rigged it the rest of the day and I gotta say I love it. About a week ago I decided to call Hummin Bird to tell them about the defect. Turns out they know that this happens alot and sent me a new clamp for free. Now I know not to tighten it up to tight. And only use it with a trolling motor of around 50 LBS. I tried trolling with my 15 HP and it wasn't slow enough to keep it in place. November 10, 2008
Rated 4 out of 5 by Quality purchase I bought this 2 months ago and I love it. I will say the bracket is a bit cheezey but the finder works great. I did have it fall into the water, I scooped it up and dried it off, put it right back into the bracket. I have had no problems with it at all. So far I have not changed the batteries in it. I have about 60 hours on it already. I'm glad i bought it! September 25, 2008
Rated 1 out of 5 smackit bracket I have now had two of these and both times the bracket has broke at the same place and the whole unit has fallen in the lake and fills up with H2O> The bracket problem is a big negative point for this unit as you can't repair it and the unit itself doesn't work after filling up with WATER. May 8, 2008
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where does it show

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if I have it mounted on the side of my kayak at the middle where will it show will at the right of the screen will that be in front of me if so how far or will it be under the fishfinder im new to fishfinders and need some help. thanks
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The Fishin&#39; Buddy 110 is a Single Beam sonar unit with a 34 degree beam which reads down underneath you. The information that comes in on the right side of the display is directly underneath you and as it progresses further to the left it becomes your history. Meaning what you&#39;ve gone over. To determine your area of coverage on the bottom, use the following formula. Ex: Depth x . 45 for bottom coverage in diameter.
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I like how its portable (kind of) but I hate how its not the best fish finder. Can I take it off and put a better one on. If not is there something that can do that or something similair to that.
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The only model that you could put on that portable mount system would be another unit of the same type. No other model would be compatible.
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As it goes over structure it reads from left to right. How do you know where the the sonar is located on the screen. Does the far right of the screen (the newest incoming date) mean thats where you are at or does it space out and it means you are in the middle of the screen
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As the information comes in on the right of the screen, this is what you over. As the information progresses further to the left side, this becomes your history. (what you've gone over)
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Single Beam Down
200 kHz / 34° @ -10db
Depth: 240 ft
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I fish small streams and ponds and wonder there will be a problem traveling thru shallow water?
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You should be able to add to your Coleman Crawdad Boat. Just make sure to always operate the boat at very slow speeds if you suspect
shallow water or submerged objects. Thanks
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When running full speed, will the unit tilt out of the water or do you have to unclamp the whole thing?
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It won't tilt much. When running even with the electric, we loosen the clamp and lift it out, then slide it back in again.
The shaft unit is not real big, but when moving there is alot of water pressure against it. Better to be safe.
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No, you will want to remove the Fishin´ Buddy® from the mounting bracket support arm ring when the boat is traveling. Use the Fishin´ Buddy® at trolling speed only. Traveling at high speed with the Fishin´ Buddy® attached can cause damage to this device.

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No, it is not recommended for Ice Fishing. Thanks
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Yes, this will show details of the bottom surfaces. However, underwater conditions vary greatly, so some experience and interpretation is needed to realize all the benefits of the Fishin’ Buddy.
http://store.humminbird.com/media/document/FB_110_140c.pdf

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I'm just concerned about it hitting bottom if I am in shallow water
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No, its a 24" Fixed Pole.
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Requires six alkaline "AA" size batteries (not included) for operation. Cannot hook up to a 12v boat battery. NOTE: Continuous backlight operation will significantly decrease the battery life for the Fishin´ Buddy.

Battery Life (Backlight Off):
110/120/130 Fishin’ Buddy®: 30 hours
140c Fishin’ Buddy®: 16 hours
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