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Humminbird® 120 Fishin' Buddy® Ultimate Portable Fishfinder

   

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  • 4'' easy-to-read 240Vx160H 8-level grayscale display with backlighting
  • 34°, 200 kHz operating frequency down to 240 feet
  • Exclusive SideFinding™ technology
  • 24'' fixed shaft length
  • 1000 watts of PTP power
  • Surface temperature included
  • Unit size: 4.22'' W x 5.76'' H x 2.72'' D
  • Manufacturer's one-year warranty
Humminbird's 120 Fishin' Buddy Ultimate Portable Fishfinder is the perfect way to find fish from your boat, a dock or even a float tube. The 120 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+®. Exclusive SideFinding sonar spots fish all around your boat out to 120 feet: simply turn the unit the direction you want to search. Six AA batteries (not included) supply all the power needed for hours of enjoyment.   
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 22 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Fish locator I read other review of this product. And they were right. It does wobble when it goes through the water. I mounted it on my kayak and when moving it does vibrate. But other than that, it works well for what I wanted it for. July 15, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by the best I bought this for my boyfriend as a birthday gift. We took it up to lake Almanor. yep we were able to hunt down the big 4 to 6 lb browns. He just loves it. It is so easy to use. we look forward to many more sucessfu fishing trips. June 6, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good unit for inflatable boats I have a Sea Eagle 12.6' inflatable runabout with a Prowler 45lb thrust trolling motor on the transom. This fishfinder fits nicely next to the motor, just far enough away so that the prop doesn't hit it when I make turns. The "wobble" issue does happen when you have the transducer in the water and you go over a 3 (out of 5) speed setting on the trolling motor. I usually just pull the fishfinder out of the mount while we are at full speed and put it back in when we troll at 2 or 3 speed. I've used this for about 15 trips so far and it seems pretty accurate. I fish some of the mountain lakes in Arizona, so it does sometimes read submerged pine tree stumps as fish, but you can usually tell when the same 'fish' keep showing up in the exact same places consistently. Either way, it is a reliable unit, easy to mount and use. The sidefinder is also a handy feature, especially for trolling. It will even pick up your lure if you line it up properly. The readout is pretty easy to understand and the screen is readable even in the blinding Arizona sun. For the relatively low price, I would recommend it to anyone with an inflatable boat or other small craft where permanent transducer or screen mounting isn't an option. January 15, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by good for the money It was good for the money. Worked fine. I would elect to get the adjustable shaft. The fishfinder shouldn't be in the water when moving at any speed except real slow. other than that I had a ball with it. October 9, 2012
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does this fit on a commander kayak?
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Hi, I am not 100% sure about the commander Kayak. However, this is a portable style kayak and depending on your mounting location should work for a Kayak. In addition, you might try the Humminbird® PiranhaMax™ 175 PT Fishfinder number 1972650, which includes a suction cup portable transducer for easy removal. Thanks
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I used it for the first time on my Ascend® FS128T this past weekend. The clamp only fits in the seat well because it only opens about 2" - 2.5" wide (can't recall the exact measurement). Because of this it gets in the way when trying to paddle. It will need some custom mounting if you want it anywhere else which is what I plan to do. I'm sure it would have a better fit on most other kayaks.
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It is 125 watts compared to PiranhaMax 160 which has 600 ft. Is the transducer or something inferior?
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It is the transducer. The PiranhaMAX 160 has a dual beam transducer, which can reach depth up to 600 ft. The Fishin Buddy is a single beam transducer with the 240 ft depth. Thanks
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Yes, it would work. The ultimate in portability, with an ergonomic clamp mount designed to use nearly anywhere.

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I use the seahawk intex ii with a trolling motor on the back. What do you recommend as the best mounting method?
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It should work if you have the mounting plate for the trolling motor and there is enough clearance to mount the fishfinder on there along with the motor. If you keep your trolling motor down lower in the water, it should have enough space to operate without hitting the transducer with the prop of the motor.
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You might want to use the Float Tube Strap model BFT 1, which allows mounting on a float tube. Strap length is 36 inches. Other customers have used zip ties to attach to their trolling motor bracket. Thanks
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Per Humminbird: "After speaking to our engineer on this matter the response to your question is below:
At 50 microseconds it transmits about 10 times per sec (shallow water). At 100 microseconds it transmits about 6 times per seconds (deep water)"

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FYI- I am sorry but we do not offer a wider clamp mount.
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3 ft
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well it's 9v you can search for a converter to convert 12v to 9v which is easy to do
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It takes six AA alkaline batteries. That equates to 9V and it does not take much amperage. Whatever the specifications may be, I used it for two 8-hour days without needing to change the batteries.
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It says it mounts to a float tube, but only shows a clamp stlye mount. I need a strap mount, but don't see an option for this. Any suggetions?
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You can buy a mount for it specifically at cabelas
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good luck with the float tube...looks like your ganna have to bring the fishin buddy with you...and when you wanna use it...just drop it in the water....but make sure you tye on some type of flotation device to it doesn't sink to the bottom
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