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Humminbird 120 Fishin' Buddy 4-Inch Waterproof Fishfinder

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B&W, Dual Beam Sonar 1000W
  • 240ft Depth Capability
  • 4" Monochrome LCD
  • 8 Level Grayscale
  • Temperature Included
  • 30 Hours of Operation
  • 4-inch LCD display
  • 240ft Depth Capability
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Edition: B&W, Dual Beam Sonar 1000W
Technical Details
Item Weight5 pounds
Product Dimensions15.1 x 11 x 29.1 inches
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Item model number407120-1
Display Size4 inches
Display Resolution240 x 160
WarrantyOne year limited warranty
  
Additional Information
ASINB0012BNKMG
Shipping Weight7.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableJuly 7, 2004
  
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Technical Details

Edition: B&W, Dual Beam Sonar 1000W
  • Waterproof

Product Description

Edition: B&W, Dual Beam Sonar 1000W

Use it on your boat, your buddy's boat, a dock, or even a float tube . Fishin' Buddy Fish finders give everyone the ultimate in portability, with an ergonomic clamp mount design you can use nearly anywhere, with absolutely no rigging or wiring, or even a transducer to mount. You'll love the high resolution monochrome display and powerful SideFinding sonar that you can point in any direction to find more fish. The 24" transducer tube housing reaches the water from most small or mid-size fishing boats.

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Customer Reviews

Very well made, easy operation.
john soldano
Reading it is also very basic, it shows the bottom, structure, fish, depth and water temp.
Thezoo46052
Yes, I would recommend this fish finder.
Canoeman

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

66 of 67 people found the following review helpful By DefDC on June 12, 2008
Edition: B&W, Single Beam Sonar 1000W
I don't have the cash or space to store a boat, but there are plenty of rentals around here. When I saw the "Fishin' Buddy" I was really happy. This was exactly what I was looking for.

I was afraid that such an inexpensive product would underperform. I was not disappointed! The screen shows great detail, (on the 110) and when fish were marked, many times I got a bite!

I was afraid of going cheap on the 110. I love it! After using it twice this year so far, I couldn't imagine fishing without it!
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34 of 36 people found the following review helpful By captnapi on October 20, 2011
Edition: B&W, Single Beam Sonar 1000W Verified Purchase
So I have to say I was quite to skeptic when I purchased this fish finder. To my credentials I was a saltwater fishing captain and an Electromechanical Engineer. from my experience on the water and of electronics the least amount of power you need to read the the bottom at 100 feet clearly is 250 to 350 watts rms. We typically use 500 to 1000 watt machines that work off high voltage alternators.
With that said, this little fish finder works on AA batteries, batteries mind you.. and we used it for about six eight hour trips on our lake to read Lake Trout 100 feet down. The batteries are still good.. crazy right and I can't believe the transducer actually was able to read anything, but it did, reliably and clear.
I have to say my 14 year old son loves this thing, I'm sold too. Money well spent. It helped us catch fish and I would definitely recommend it to you or anyone else.
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33 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Ken Tainer on July 16, 2008
Edition: B&W, Single Beam Sonar 1000W Verified Purchase
Super easy to use, just turn on. Unit picks out individual fish with its depth and size. Shows bottom structure in detail. Light weight, easy to transport. LCD display fairly clear in the bright sun. Could be easier to tilt up for moving across lake. Over all, functions well for the price.
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30 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Raffpap on October 11, 2011
Edition: B&W, Dual Beam Sonar 1000W
I fly fish a lot of lakes and use this on my 9' Bucks Bags pontoon boat. I attribute a full 50% of my fishing success to this fish finder. I rely on the depth finder feature more than anything else.....all the rest are just bonuses. Feeding trout like shallow water (where their food sources are located). I have noticed that it will give false fish readings when I enter shallow water less than 10' or so, as it will pick up every weed growing off the bottom. I know I'm too shallow when it suddenly beeps continuously and displays a constant parade of fish! The side finder feature, with it's 60' range, has saved the day on a few occasions by letting me know whether the fish are shallower or deeper that day. It's a great indicator of fish activity, too. When the fish are very active and moving aggressively, the side finder shows it, as it becomes very active. I can actually see their distance as they move to/from the boat, as the display distance rapidly changes. On slow fish activity days, the side finder is mostly inactive and silent. With good alkaline batteries, I can get 35-40 hours of operating time and only have to change the batteries every 10th trip or so. To be fair, when I'm anchored and into fish, I shut it off. My only issue with this finder, and the other portables I've owned over the years, is the thin wires on the battery pack and the connections. In my experience, they are the first things to fail! One must use extreme care in changing batteries, and be careful not to put too much pressure on these wires, or bend them in any way.
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32 of 38 people found the following review helpful By D. Bray on July 15, 2009
Edition: B&W, Dual Beam Sonar 1000W
I have used the 120 model on 8 to 10 all day fishing trips so far and have been very happy with it. The setup and operation is simple enough for anyone to figure out, but also has enough different settings and ranges to make it useful just about anywhere. The unit runs on 6 AA batteries and I get about three 10 hour days one one set. Carry an extra set with you because when they die you only get about 1 minutes notice. I have been using mine from a kayak trout fishing in Colorado and the portability is great. The side finder is a great feature and one that I find myself constantly using but, the narrow view(all models are the same)is why it gets a 4 star rating instead of 5.
Overall this is a great fishfinder for a portable unit, and I would highly recommend it if you do not have the option for a permanant mount and a 12 volt system.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By vanreed on March 2, 2012
Edition: B&W, Dual Beam Sonar 1000W
I bought one of these units for my kayak but have been unable to mount it so the transducer and shaft don't stick into the water at an angle. The clamp mounting system needs a straight surface to attach too, which aren't common in molded kayaks. The other drawback is the unit wobbles inside the sleeve even at extremely low speeds, I mean low like barely paddling at all!
However, in general I'm satisfied with the product. It's easy to use, identifies structure, fish and schools of baitfish well. I've caught several fish with it. The batteries last a very long time, it's easy to read in bright sunlight. I've used it on other boats where a there was a better mounting surface and it performed better, but the wobbling issue was still present. Don't expect to troll with this unit.
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21 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Alan on March 26, 2012
Edition: B&W, Dual Beam Sonar 1000W Verified Purchase
This thing is great! I use it for my canoe and it has paid for it's self already. The price of fish in the store is about 6-7 bucks a pound, plus if you factor in that bluegill, crappie, perch are specialty fish that takes the price up to at least 9-12 bucks a pound. If you can find them yourself you get the freshest fish possible. That's what this unit will do for you. If you picture using a flashlight at night and how the beam of it lights up things, that's just how the side finding part of it works. That's how the manual describes it's ability to do side finding for fish. If there is a big tree log in the way you will not be able to see through it. It's not an x-ray machine. But you will be able to see up into lets say a downed tree with all the smaller branches under the water. That is prime fishing area for bluegill and crappie. I have also used this thing with my other fish finder to compare them, it's a "humminbird 597 ci hd combo" and everything the fancy one shows the little one is right there with it with the exception of the side finder. My fancy one has GPS and everything else but side finding, but the little 120 one has side finding and that alone is the ticket when it comes to finding fish in the spring. I found it better to buy the 120 w/side finder rather than the fancy one with it built in because you can more control right where you want to look, like a flashlight. This unit will tilt so that you can shine down or up depending on you wishes. Just keep the flashlight theory in mind when using this great unit and you to will be eating or releasing fresh fish.
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