Humminbird® 140c Fishin' Buddy® Ultimate Portable Fishfinder

   

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  • 3-1/2'' high-resolution 320Vx240H color display with backlighting
  • 34°, 200 kHz operating frequency down to 240 feet
  • Exclusive SideFinding™ technology
  • Extendable shaft from 24'' to 40''
  • 1000 watts of PTP power
  • Surface temperature included
The 140c Fishin' Buddy is perfect for your boat, a dock, or even a float tube! No rigging or wiring involved with the versatile ergonomic clamp mount. Just clamp on and fish. Features a telescoping 24" to 40" transducer tube housing. 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, and the 140c Fishin' Buddy's 3-1/2'' high-resolution color display with backlighting clearly displays where fish are. Six AA batteries (not included) supply all the power needed for hours of enjoyment.
Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by 140 c fish buddy This fish finder is pretty decent, although it does not have the greatest power output, it still returns me with fairly accurate results. I like the color display and vice grip design November 17, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fishin Buddy 140 The first of Aug. several friends and myself went to Quebec on a fly in fishing trip for Walleye. Although we have been to this lake twice before we would have only caught several fish with out this excellent fish finder. Two things (1) we could locate the fish and then present our lures at the correct depth, (2) it gave us the patience to hang in there and fish longer because we could find the fish that were scattered in the 18 mile long lake. This was a very good purchase and would recommend that any one going on a remote trip take along this compact fish finder. Also, thank to those that pointed out that it was best to tie off the fish finder to the boat. We did not have any trouble and never lost it but the peace of mind was good to have followed someone elses advice. October 8, 2008
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The Fishin Buddy 140 is a Sonar only unit. You can only mark Waypoints for locations on GPS Combo Models.
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what boat you use and mount to, it needs to be in the water ..say canoe vs pontoon would be different depth
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Depending on the size of your boat and how rough the water is, you can always adjust it to make sure the transducer is in the water.
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Power Source ???

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double a batteries
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Power Requirement: 6 AA Alkaline Batteries

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Will it work while moving

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yes made for that
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According to Humminbird "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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Want to clamp onto Native watercraft ultimate angler kayak.
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I use it on a canoe, I'm sure it will, I have a couple inches extra
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The opening is 2 5/8 opening on the C clamp. Thanks
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built in at the telescoping end, on the bottom
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Yes, the post (pole) shown is the transducer.
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Does it float?

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The older style when still made by Bottom Line would float if it popped out of the mount. I know this one is waterproof, but does anybody know if it floats?
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like an anchor...nope, I attach a rope to unit cause mount is on boat and it slips into mount
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No, it does not float.
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No, waypoints.
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Same Head as the 120?

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Picture shows 120 head. Is the only difference the shaft length or does the 140 come with a deferent head than what is shown in the picture? I want the better model head but only need a short shaft so I don't need to pay extra if shaft length is the only difference.
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Same style of head but the 140c is the color unit and 120 is not color.
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I recently bought a 9' Pond Prowler, which is plastic. When I put this fish finder on the side of the boat, it indented the plastic and made the unit go in at an angle into the water. Is there some type of bracket that can be used to make the side of the boat stronger, so this unit doesn't make scratches, etc. on the side of the boat?
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We offer the Bass Pro Shops® Universal Trolling Motor Bracket item number 38-523-526-00. Mount a trolling motor to virtually any boat!

Great for jon boats, pontoons, deck boats, dinghies and most other transom-mount boats. Universal Trolling Motor Bracket adjusts into four positions and removes easily when not in use. Features a quick-release pull-knob and 3.5'' x 4'' mounting footprint. Includes mounting hardware.

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