what if it doesn't work? What I am trying to do is use a L-shaped sheet metal, and support it with wood to keep it from being flimsy. (It's strong now!) Then use a pair of 2 inch clamps and clamp it near my front trolling motor. Then use the fish finder clamp to tighten it to the L-shaped sheet metal. It looks pretty good on my boat now. Will this work? I am going to only use it at paint-drying speed trolling for walleyes.
Anybody out there ever trust fishing buddy II on the boats?
This is only temporary until I come into more $$, of course.
I'm thinking this way because since my boat already comes with the fishfinder by Hummingbird, but that brand's transducer goes to the back of the boat. I don't think that tranducer can transmit any fish in front of the boat, can it? I thought why not put something up the front of the boat.
Think this will work???
Future Professional Walleye Trail'er
"Walleyes??? Gotta love 'em baby!"