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o/t portable fish finder advice

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by luckyshot, Apr 25, 2007.

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  1. luckyshot

    luckyshot TS Member

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    dustforfun. i have a portable hummingbird platinum id that i only used for 3 or 4 fishing trips i will sell you for 75 bucks shipped. great condition! tim
     
  2. Pull & Mark

    Pull & Mark Well-Known Member

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    dustforfun, I remember seeing a hand held fishfinder on one of the Saturday fishing shows about 5 years ago or so. I do not remember who made it. Only that the unit was mounted on its oun shaft with a transducer on the bottom. If I remember correctly it even had side look tech. Own built in batteries too. Would be perfect on small row boat with no power on board. They might still make-em, try local marine store, or even on-line mega type store. Good Luck.Break-em all. JEff
     
  3. Phil E

    Phil E TS Member

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    Hummingbird does make a couple of portable units, see Bass Pro Shops. I haven't tried them. Phil E
     
  4. ilive4skeet

    ilive4skeet TS Member

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    I have a Bottom Line Fishing Buddy. It is a graph that looks down as well as to the side and also reads water temp. I use it on my small pond boat and it works great. Easy to use and not very expensive. I bought mine from Bass Pro Shops a few years ago. Uses three C-cell batteries. Check them out at the website above.

    Mike
     
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