Thursday, September 26, 2013

A Pontoon Fish Finder Please...

How to Attach a Fish Finder to your Pontoon Boat

September 26, 2013

Hey Friends, it's Wade here with a new Blog Post for Fish Finder Mounts .com & Float Tube Fanatics.  

Our good friend Don has shot another great video.  This one focuses on our low profile mount system ( the UP1- B or the UP2-B ), that is optimized for your typical pontoon fishing boat.  

Pretty much almost all of these 'pontoons' have oars mounted on them; which in my view is the biggest single thing that separates them from a regular float tube/belly boat/kick boat.  The oars depending on the design of the pontoon can be mounted in a spectrum of various heights in relation or proximity to the pontoon air bladders.  One popular manufacturer of pontoon and float tube fishing products: "Outcast", has a very popular standard design that many other manufacturers seem to like to pattern themselves after - when coming up with their own market offerings.  Our UP (Low Profile) Fish Finder Mounts are awesome for addressing oar clearance issues, when it comes to mounting a fish finder on a Pontoon kick boat; while at the same time providing the customer with an excellent mounting tool for their fish finder.  

Here is Don's video.  Though this video focuses on one of our models, this model has many of the same... thematic traits - if you will, that pretty much all our mounting systems have.  Please enjoy:

Something new and bigger from Float Tube Fanatics & Fish Finder Mounts .com


By the way folks, we have a new fish finder battery box coming out soon.  This one is designed to contain a 5 amp hour battery.  Here's some pictures that give you an idea of the difference vs. our current battery box and standard 2.9 amp hour battery that we offer.  The new one is a bit larger and heavier, but not that much in comparison.  I think the trade off is well worth if for those with fish finders that have a higher power draw.  One of the great design features we've tried to pursue in our products is a power pack that will really run your finder for a good duration of time, before the user has to worry about charging up his battery pack again.  This is a further step in that direction for customers with larger more powerful fish finders.  My only regret is we didn't have this sooner.  Please enjoy:

Float Tube Fanatics 2.9ah AGM battery pack and their new one,
the 5ah AGM pack (the top pack in the picture above)

The New Fish Finder Mounts .com & Float Tube Fanatics
Fish Finder Battery box mount - New one is on the left (above).

The New Fish Finder Mounts .com & Float Tube Fanatics
Fish Finder Battery box mount - New one is on the left (above).

The New Fish Finder Mounts .com & Float Tube Fanatics
Fish Finder Battery box mount - New one is on the right (above).

The New Fish Finder Mounts .com & Float Tube Fanatics
Fish Finder Battery box mount - New one is on the rleft (above).

The New Fish Finder Mounts .com & Float Tube Fanatics
Fish Finder Battery box mount - New one is on the right (above).
This is a bottom view.


You may have noticed there is no box top in the pictures above.  That will come soon - perhaps our next blog post - coming soon ;)

Ok, good night my friends.  Will send another shout out in the next couple of days or so.  

Your Friend Wade, from Fish Finder Mounts .com & Float Tube Fanatics.
Toll Free: 1-855-784-FISH
sales@floattubefanatics.com



No comments:

Post a Comment

Please leave your considerate comments :)