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Humminbird® Transducer Trolling Motor Adapter Bracket
bought this mount after reading reviews. easy installation. I recommend using the stainless steel clamp--gives solid secure mount. after mounting I cut the excess clamp material off rounded the corners, placed a small nail under the end about 1/8 inch back and used a hammer to gently bend the clamp end down so it would not be prone to hang in weeds. Have run it through weeds and mud with no problems.
April 4, 2012
well built and stronger than xducer attached to it.
July 19, 2011
good product for the price
very good bracket for humming bird sounder on electric motor .sturdy and compact. only problem i ran into is we have 2 dakota electric motors and they have a skeg on the bottom to protect the prop which sticks down 4 inch's below motor so you have to mount the bracket and transducer slightlly off to one side or the other closer to bow portion of motor as not to get back wash from prop works good does not effect sounder as it has 60 degree shot off bottum. all in all a very good investment and excellant service and dlivery from bass pro .thank's for prompt delivery to canada b.c.
July 13, 2011
does the job
i needed a trolling motor mount for my old humminbird, and this fit no problem onto my motorguide that came on my basstracker tx-17. the kit comes complete with everything you need to mount a transducer to the trolling motor. the zip ties are pretty beefy. i used my own zipties (smaller ones) for securing the transducer cable along the shaft. also, it comes with 2 hose clamps one large one medium to fit different sized motor housings. i havent run into any underwater obstructions, so time will tell how durable the mount is. but so far so good. i have grounded it into soft beach accidently and it didnt bend or break. i'd buy it again.
it would look cool if the clamp and mount were black to match most modern freshwater trolling motors. but stainless and galvanized are more about function than form, so ...
July 12, 2011
I am looking for a way to deck or Bow/Transom mount my Hummingbird 130 protable fishfinder. I have a small pontoon fishing boat (5' X 10' Deck) with pontoons that extend past the sides and prevents side mounting. I have room between the pontoons @ center length or at the transom for a possible deck mount. Does anyone know of an available kit that would allow me to mount my fish finder approx. 12" above the deck. I have checked and Hummingbird does not have anything available. I was thinking of using a piece of pipe mounted thru and fastened to the deck? I use an electric bow mounted troling motor and do not have a console. So a regular transducer with a console mounted screen would not work. Hopefully there is a mounting kit available. Any sugesstions or help would be appreciated.
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