A Friendly Hello from floattubefanatics.com & fishfindermounts.com
April 8th, 2013
Hey all our Sport Fishing Fanatic friends, we hope you are all doing very well and enjoying life. For much of the world Spring is here and fishing time is just around the bend here. We are very excited and we are getting geared up to enjoy it; plus while we are doing so we are also planning to bring you some great product/fishing videos too. In case some of you didn't know, we do have a You Tube channel. Just look us up under "Float Tube Fanatics"; I know ;) what else right??
The video content we will release will focus on our new Magnetic Fish Finder Mounting system, our pontoon Fish Finder Mounting systems, and we'll definitely get some of our float tube mounting systems in there too. So please do stay tuned and check out and subscribe to our You Tube channel when you can. When you subscribe, you will be able to get an email notification whenever we do release new vids so you can check out what new shenanigans we are up to. We hope you will enjoy!
The All-In-One Fish Finder Mount for PontoonsSo one of our more recent Pontoon Fisherman friends emailed and let us know that he loved the U2 mounting system he purchased from us, however his dilemma was that he found the mount was a bit high in relation to the optimal clearance he wanted for his oars. What did we do? Well we said "thank you" first off, because we highly and sincerely value and covet our customer's feedback; secondly we immediately got to work and came up with a new and optimized solution for pontoons -- our new 'UP' models of fish finder mounts.
These new fish finder mounts shine for pontoon fishing craft applications because they take the fish finder's monitor off the battery box as it is on our U1 and U2 finder mounting systems (perfect for float tubes), and fixes the fish finder viewer/monitor onto our new UP plate('UP' stands for "universal plate"). This effectively lowers the overall mounted monitor height by 1.75" effectively; which is perfect to allow for ample amount of overhead clearance when a pontoon fisherman is pulling at the oars. Here's a couple of pictures so you can perhaps better understand what it is I am rambling on about:
And while we're at it, let me add a video to further demonstrate these new All-In-One Pontoon Fish Finder Mounting Systems; which come in the following models: UP1 & UP2 (non-integrated power), UP1-B & UP2-B (integrated power). Here it is-- from Float Tube Fanatics and Fish Finder Mounts .com:
Ok, with that we'll sign off for now, but not before we wish you all Tight Lines everyone! Oh yeah, and by the way if you want to contact us, we are always very happy to chat with you. Call us toll free at: 1-855-784-FISH, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
From your Friends at Float Tube Fanatics & Fish Finder Mounts .com